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Peter King Lourie is an author of nonfiction books for adults and children. Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Lourie graduated from Collegiate School in New York City in 1971. He received his bachelor’s degree in classics from NYU in 1975 and went to graduate school at the University of Maine, where he received his MA in English Literature and then on to Columbia University where he received an MFA in nonfiction writing. He has taught at Columbia College and Middlebury College where he teaches creative writing & digital storytelling. Lourie is married with two children. Mystery of the Maya, The by Peter Lourie (2004-01-01).
No book about the Maya would be complete without mentioning the flora and fauna of the jungle. From scorpions and a pet coatimundi to the howler monkeys and fer-de-lance snakes, the animals of the forest surrounded the archaeologists every day. Fighting the jungle plants is a major battle-the site is literally hidden in vegetation, much of which has destroyed the Maya buildings. Although the author's visits with Moises may be a little over children's heads, the rest of the text is broken into small pieces and engages the reader in the adventure that is archaeology.
Peter King Lourie (born in Michigan, United States) is an author of nonfiction books for adults and children. He received his bachelor's degree in classics from NYU in 1975 and went to graduate school at the University of Maine, where he received his MA in English Literature and then on to Columbia University where he received an MFA in nonfiction writing.
Are you sure you want to remove The mystery of the Maya from your list? The mystery of the Maya. uncovering the lost city of Palenque. 1st ed. by Peter Lourie. Published 2001 by Boyds Mills Press in Honesdale, Pa. Written in English. In library, Antiquities, Mayas, Indians of Central America, Excavations (Archaeology), Juvenile literature. Mexico, Palenque Site (Mexico), Chiapas, Chiapas (Mexico). Includes bibliographical references and index.
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