Evolution

Evolution

[how We and All Living Things Came to Be]

Book - 2010
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Evolution is the process that created the terrible teeth of Tyrannosaurus rex and the complex human brain, clever enough to understand the workings of nature. Young readers will learn how a British naturalist named Charles Darwin studied nature and developed his now-famous concepts of natural selection and survival of the fittest. And how modern-day science has added to our understanding of the theory of evolution.



Can something as complex and wondrous as the natural world be explained by a simple theory? The answer is yes, and now Evolution explains how in a way that makes it easy to understand.
Publisher: Toronto : Kids Can Press, c2010
ISBN: 9781554534302
Branch Call Number: 576.8 LOX 2010
Characteristics: 56 p. : coll. ill. ; 29 cm

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morrisonist Sep 14, 2015

we are going to be displaced by the horla! the horla surrounds us!

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naturalist
Sep 23, 2013

won the 2010 Lane Anderson Award in the young reader category for a book published in the field of science and written by a Canadian...http://news.discovery.com/human/evolution/evolution-book-110916.htm....I recommend you also look at: The Magic of Reality : How We Know What's Really True by Richard Dawkins is a wonderful book for young people although the EPL catalogues it in the adult shelves as: 501 DAW

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angelagao1
Apr 26, 2011

I didn't like the book Evolution: How We and All Living Things Came to Be as much as I liked some of the other books in this year's list. Although the pictures were amazingly illustrated, I didn't find this book very interesting. However, it was quite easy to understand. It was all about concepts of evolution, of course, and had a lot of information about evolutionary theory and answered some of MY questions about how even extremely complicated things could have evolved about time and common questions that are often misunderstood. Overall, like Catherine said, this book was not that interesting to read.

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Apr 26, 2011

the book is great and very interesting!

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lollipop1010
Apr 23, 2011

This was my last book. Not a good way to finish. I didnt enjoy it. It was ok. I just freaked when i saw the huge worm!!! Ask bella101 i freaked out. LOL have 2 go. listenimg to forget you

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_Dandoona1999_
Apr 15, 2011

I thought it kept on repeating the same thing over and over again.
I mean, I got it the first time, I know what evolution is.
I thought they'd teach me something new, but I didn't really learn much.
I would NOT recommend this book.
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kate99
Apr 05, 2011

it was very interesting

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jessie14
Mar 29, 2011

im really sorry put it was not too great when i read it so yeah but i have to left to readsooo

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melissapoo
Mar 28, 2011

i think it is a good book i mean i dont know i just pretend to read or do i ......... LoL

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Snipper123
Mar 22, 2011

Hmmm hard thought for this book. It wasn't interresting at all. it was about SCIENCE! Like i said not a big lover of science. its about odd animals and liveing things that was just just odd and weird. it really wasn't great. it was about how we involved to a stinky smelly APE AND GORILLA! who knew we envolved to a GORIILA! thats why i didn't like it MORE FACTS! i like fiction way better then non fiction. IF YOU LOVE SCIENCE READ THIS BOOK! AND TELL EVERYBODY WHAT YOU THOUGHT

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