Book review: History’s Mysteries (Alphabet Publishing)

Mysterious creatures, unsolved crimes, disappearances, conspiracies. My YouTube viewing history is full of this stuff. I’ve watched pretty much every episode of Thoughty2, most of Geographics, the grizzliest That Chapters… With this in mind, it should come as no surprise that I LOVE Alphabet Publishing’s latest resource.

History’s Mysteries is a collection of history-themed readings for the ELT classroom aimed at high-school and college students. They’ve been compiled by (among others) Taylor Sapp, whose ‘Stories Without End’ is one of my favourite classroom resources. Just like with SWE, this new book is bursting with engaging and exploitable content that my students will really enjoy. In fact, it covers a lot of angles, being great for vocab building, an awesome springboard for project work and research, a useful resource for developing digital literacy, aaaaah quit with the gushing praise, Pete. Tell us more about the book!

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