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Bones Never Lie (1:10)
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Author: Elizabeth MacLeod
Publisher: annick press

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Trailer produced by: BookShorts Production

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ISBN: 978-1554514823
Date Published: March 5, 2013
Elements: Directive, Praise

This is a nice trailer building on CSI and other forensic science themes using historical cases. Good use of music and x-ray and historical images. The trailer hits a target audience of both the teacher as well as the student. A nice example of a subject matter trailer.

LEAD Analysis

Lead 'How did King Tut really die?' LEAD Timing Stopwatch.png
Excite [interest] List other mysterious deaths and introduce forensic analysis.
Amaze [hook] 'Don't miss these seven true stories that combine suspense of a whodunit with historical intrigue and scientific facts.'
Direct [directive] Praise then cover and how to purchase

Publisher Intro

How Forensics Helps Solve History’s Mysteries
Interest Age 9 - 12 : Grade 4 - 7

The mystery of the young pharaoh’s death is only one of the puzzles that modern science has helped solve. Thanks to forensics—the science of examining physical evidence—we now know that King Tut died of malaria. We also know that stomach cancer, and not arsenic as suspected, killed Napoleon.

Seven intriguing stories about historical royal figures whose demise was suspicious, and hard scientific facts about crime-solving techniques make each event seem like an episode of CSI rather than a history lesson.