Motel of the mysteries pdf download
The Pink Motel by Carol Ryrie BrinkThe moment Kirby and Bitsy arrive with their parents at their newly inherited motel in Florida, they know its an unusual place. First of all, its pink. Not just regular pink, but pink, pink, PINK!
Then theres the roster of regular guests: an artist from Greenwich Village, a magician from The World, and a carpenter form Nobody Knows.
Its the perfect combination for adventure - from mysterious messages to alligator hunting, dognapping, and Great-Granduncle Hirams rumored secret treasure. The action at the Pink Motel never stops!
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Motel of the mysteries
The Motel of the Mysteries is a satirical look at archeology and history. David Macaulay incorporates his writing and illustration in a look at the convoluted history of twentieth century Americans. It is the year and all research previously done concerning the North American continent has done little to uncover the secrets of the waste covered overgrown vegetation that is now the USA, Canada and Mexico. It is guessed that in a drastic reduction in postal rates caused fliers, mail pieces and brochures to fall down on the Northern Continent and destroy all life. Some historians have ventured to Usa and uncovered a few secrets of the continent. To the people of the future, highway signs are not marketing for various businesses. Instead they are symbols of different religions and religious sects.
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An arch and witty tale purporting to be the dissertation of some future archeologists' discovery and exploration of the "Toot and C'mon Motel" any resemblance to a Holiday Inn and the Egyptian pharaoh is entirely intentional. In the process, they get just about every detail wrong, surmising it to be a necropolis - does the "Plant That Would Not Die" symbolize eternal life or… wait a minute, isn't that just the ubiquitous plastic philodendron in every room? It's all enhanced by Macaulay's detailed and meticulous pen-and-ink sketches. Hilarious and memorable. Last edited by Clean Up Bot.