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  1. redpanda says

    Edit: Now that I’ve actually read it, I see what you mean about a children’s book. Adorably cute, thanks for the link!

  2. sc_d4e1ad9f8b2234f2307517e0f26175a6 says

    @andrewryan at 8 – Somehow I didn’t see your comment, but we were thinking the same thing! Anyway, anything related to giant squids is worth double-posting!

  3. dgrasett says

    Where do I buy this in a dead tree format. I may not have great-grandchildren yet, but I have a passel of just-at-reading level children in the environment who could be cleverly inoculated. 5, um 6, um 8 copies? – More?

  4. ravenred says

    BTW, anyone got a good recommendation for a science encyclopedia series for a 7-year old? We’ve chewed through a somewhat dated Time-Life series we bought second hand, but I think she’s ready for something a little more detailed.

  5. mary says

    Amazon has a listing of
    ‘Secular Children’s Books About the Universe and Evolution’

    These are some of the titles. Looking through the available pages, they seem to be good.

    Our Family Tree: An Evolution Story by Lisa Westberg Peters

    The Tree of Life: The Wonders of Evolution by Ellen B. Jackson

    Life on Earth: The Story of Evolution by Steve Jenkins

    This one, mentioned above in the comments, I have. It is well written.
    Evolution: How We and All Living Things Came to Be by Daniel Loxton

  6. says

    Hello,

    I just wanted to say thanks so much for mentioning my book! It was only released online just before Christmas and I’m looking to for as many readers as possible so please, share share share!
    The project was funded by ESEB (European Society for Evolutionary Biology) to be a FREE online teaching resource, so please print and share.

  7. opposablethumbs says

    Lovely book, should be in every primary school – it’s pitched just right, with attractive illustrations – now I just need to think who I can send the link to … d’oh, of course – I know someone who is a primary school headteacher! Perfect!

  8. DLC says

    no no, you can’t have this book in schools ! why, we need to feed children fables like Jesus, and Conservative Politics! 11!!

  9. Kevin Dugan says

    What an awesome and creative presentation. Tiffany, this is a wonderful book. Thank you!
    And thank you PZ for promoting it! My grandson will love it.