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Santa Rosa, CA: Polebridge Press, 2007. 28 pages.
From the publisher: "Beautifully illustrated in full color, Stones & Bones sketches the story of evolution in seventeen verses. Through words and illustrations readers will find answers to questions such as, when did the Age of Mammals begin and what is it called? When did the first horses appear on earth? The first whales? What is the name and date of Darwin's revolutionary book on evolution? When did the earth begin to form? And many more." NCSE's Eugenie C.
New York: Random House, 2007. 427 pages.
Billed as "the most complete, up-to-date encyclopedia for dinosaur lovers of all ages," Thomas R. Holtz Jr.'s Dinosaurs brings together contributions from thirty-three of the world's leading paleontologists (including the president of NCSE's board of directors, Kevin Padian), spectacular illustrations by Luis V. Rey, and Holtz's own enthusiastic and informative text. The jacket copy proclaims, "This is not your mother's dinosaur book.
Columbus, OH: Active Synapse, 2002. 159 pages.
A delightful graphic novel, in which Charles Darwin himself explains the rudiments of deep time, common ancestry, and natural selection to Mara, a winsome befreckled adolescent who just happens to live in Darwin's left eyebrow — she is, after all, a follicle mite.
Voices for Evolution
The third edition of Voices for Evolution can be purchased or downloaded at Lulu.com