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The red rain of Easter Island

Katrina O"Neill

The red rain of Easter Island

by Katrina O"Neill

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Published by Sundance in Northborough, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeology,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Katrina O"Neill
    SeriesDestination: unknown
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.O55325 Red 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25370776M
    ISBN 10142070723X
    ISBN 109781420707236
    LC Control Number2010525760

    Red Rain R.L. Stine. Touchstone, $ (p) ISBN is described as “love at first sight,” becomes increasingly protective of them and immersed in nightmares of her. Easter Island (Rapa Nui): a site with more about the island, and further links. BOOKS. John Flenley and Paul Bahn: THE ENIGMA’S OF EASTER ISLAND Island on the Edge (Oxford University Press ) THE book for everybody interested in Easter Island. It gives the history of the island, the story of the discovery of the real secrets behind the.

    The Red Raincoat – A present of a new raincoat makes Manu wish for Rain. This book combines rhyme, days of the week, and weather for a great learning experience. Another great creative commons book from Storyweaver. Also available in German. By: Kiran Kasturia, Zainab Tambawalla. Sample Page from The Red Raincoat. Author: Geronimo Stilton. Publisher: Scholastic Inc. ISBN: Page: View:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Red Rain. Some reviewers seemed to feel that the story moved too slowly, that there was too much description of life in these Hudson River communities and out west during the final years of the Civil War, but that, plus the well-developed characters, is precisely why I enjoyed the book/5(17).   Lost Sharks of Easter Island Nat Geo, 12pm EST In the shadow of the legendary Easter Island, in one of the most distant corners of the Pacific, a remarkable ocean world is on the brink of devastation.


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The red rain of Easter Island by Katrina O"Neill Download PDF EPUB FB2

This Easter Island book also offers an interesting alternative to the prevalent theory of eco-suicide and self-destruction by the Rapa Nui civilization.

The Enigmas of Easter Island. Enigmas of Easter Island seeks to answer the most baffling questions surrounding the Moai, Rapa Nui and Easter Island by combining a wealth of archeological.

Easter Island (Rapa Nui: Rapa Nui, Spanish: Isla de Pascua) is an island and special territory of Chile in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, at the southeasternmost point of the Polynesian Triangle in Island is most famous for its nearly 1, extant monumental statues, called moai, created by the early Rapa NuiUNESCO named Easter Island a World Country: Chile.

The climate of Easter Island (Rapa Nui) is subtropical, warm and humid in summer and mild in winter, in fact, the average daily temperature ranges from 23/24 °C (74/75 °F) in the period from January to March to °C (65 °F) in the period from July to island is situated in the Southern Hemisphere, where the seasons are reversed in comparison with those in.

Easter Island is located in the South-Eastern Pacific Ocean at about 27 degrees latitude south, its latitude and its location in the middle of the larger ocean of the earth means that the island is affected by a semi-tropical climate, characterized by low daily temperature fluctuations and annual rainfall The red rain of Easter Island book throughout the year.

Easter Island, Spanish Isla de Pascua, also called Rapa Nui, Chilean dependency in the eastern Pacific Ocean. It is the easternmost outpost of the Polynesian island world. It is famous for its giant stone statues. The island stands in isolation 1, miles (1, kilometres) east of Pitcairn Island and 2, miles west of Chile.

This reading group guide for Red Rain includes an introduction, discussion questions, ideas for enhancing your book club, and a Q&A with author R. suggested questions are intended to help your reading group find new and interesting angles and topics for.

How Was Easter Island Settled. Approximatelyyears ago three volcanoes converged to form Easter Island, also called Rapa Nui. It is located about 2, miles off the Chilean coast.

Sometime between C.E. Polynesians took to the sea and made the long journey in their large, sturdy canoes. Easter Island is a place that has captivated my imagination since I was a little girl — and I’m thrilled to finally get here.

Standing in isolation in the Pacific Ocean, Easter Island is one of the world’s most remote places. It took me two whole days and three flights to get here, but it was well worth every single second of the long journey. Red Rain is a horror novel by R. hed on October 9,the book is Stine's second adult hardcover horror novel.

Stine, who was inspired by the films Village of the Damned, Island of the Damned and Children of the Damned, decided to write the novel for his old audience from the gh one reviewer felt that the book was a treat for those who grew up reading books. A collection of the best books of Easter Island.

Lonely Planet Chile and Easter Island (Country Travel Guide): This title features expanded coverage of Patagonia, including new adventure options in Puerto Natales and more information on Chile’s crown jewel, Torres del Paine National cultural coverage gets under the skin of this skinny country including a special.

Easter Island, Span. Isla de Pascua, Polynesian Rapa Nui, remote island ( pop. 2,), 66 sq mi ( sq km), in the South Pacific, c.2, mi (3, km) W of Chile, to which it belongs.

Of volcanic origin, Easter Island is mostly covered with grasslands and is swept by strong trade winds. About half of the inhabitants are of Polynesian stock; the rest are mainly more recent.

Easter Island remains one of the most mysterious places in the world. For decades, scientists have studied this remote island in the South Pacific and its hundreds of giant stone statues known as moai.

The Mysteries of Easter of Island is a detailed text that will keep students engaged and leave them with many of their own questions to consider. Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, in the Polynesian language, is a small remote island a few thousand miles west of South of the most interesting features of this island is its giant monolithic statues named moai.

While the initial name of the island was considered to be ‘Te Pito O Te Henua’, which means the Navel of the World, it was renamed in.

Easter reading: Easter SundayDutch commander Jacob Roggeveen and his crew spotted land in the South Pacific after sailing for more than 8 months.

The land was known to its native people as Rapa Nui, but has been called Easter Island since the day he arrived. That was the beginning of suffering and hardship for the native people of the island, brought on by "civilized 4/5(13). Easter Island is a small, triangular piece of land situated in a remote part of the South Pacific Ocean.

Belonging to Chile, it is located 2, miles west of that country, making it one of the most isolated inhabited islands in the world. Easter Island covers only 63 square miles, and most of its 3, people live in the capital city of Hanga Roa. piece of land on earth: Easter Island.

It was given this name by the Dutch com­ mander Jacob Roggeveen, who first sighted it on Easter Sunday, In the 19th century natives from other Polyne­ sian islands called it Rapa Nui, the big Rapa, by comparison with the smaller Rapa island. Although local tradition has. The birthplace of most of the material was an extinct volcano situated in the north-east of Easter Island and not another planet.

- A new study about the island. Easter Island is the most isolated piece of inhabited land in the world. A speck of volcanic rock only about twice the size of Manhattan, it. Tourism is Easter Island’s main industry, and more t people per year visit the island.

Its increasing popularity in recent years has strained its limited tourist infrastructure, so advance hotel bookings are highly recommended, especially during the peak months (January to March). R.L Stine is perhaps better known for his Goosebumps series for young adults. "Red Rain" is for the grown ups.

It's not particularly scary but it does have some chilling moments. The book has a Village of the Damned feel about it, but is in no way a reworking of the classic. It is a good, thrilling s:. Easter Island (Rapa Nui in Polynesian) is a Chilean island in the southern Pacific Ocean famous for it’s stone head statues called Moai.

When you first see a Moai statue you are drawn to its disproportionately large head (compared to body length) and that is why they are commonly called “Easter Island Heads”. Red Rain recalls Stine's stylistics quirks from the Goosebumps books, including an ironic sense of humor and a real knack for giving readers the creeps.

So far, so good. But the genre conventions--evil twins, ritual violence, a murder frame-up, and bad things happening to essentially good people--don't do much for the plot.Easter Island is called the most remote inhabited island in the world. It is about 1, miles from the nearest island and about 2, miles from Chile.

The giant statues of Easter Island are called moai and each moai is placed upon a large flat base or altar called ahu. There are nearly of these statues on the island.