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Our Family Tree: An Evolution Story (edição: 2003)

de Lisa Westberg Peters (Autor)

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Relates the evolution of the family of mankind, from single cells in the sea to human beings with "big brains that wonder who we are."
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Título:Our Family Tree: An Evolution Story
Autores:Lisa Westberg Peters (Autor)
Informação:HMH Books for Young Readers (2003), Edition: First, 48 pages
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  TAndrewH | Sep 18, 2020 |
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  OakGrove-KFA | Mar 28, 2020 |
This is a really good book to use in your science class to teach lessons on evolution. This book describes human history reaching back millions of years to the beginning of life on earth. The illustrations also in this book are very vibrant and beautiful. ( )
  Nattamari | Nov 26, 2018 |
Our Family Tree is a child book that discusses evolution. It does a good job of presenting the information in a more comprehensible way for younger children. This book would be great for a science class that is discussing life on earth and maybe prehistoric time periods. This book was challenged because it's about evolution. Evolution is not something that has yet been accepted by many people because they feel it challenges their religious beliefs. I recently took a Human Origins class at the University of New Orleans and learned there were about 12 species of humans. I was shocked to discover this just now, being that I have been on school for more than 14 years and have never heard of this. I think this topic should absolutely not be banned; knowing our origins is extremely important. ( )
  imasson | Sep 28, 2016 |
Our Family Tree: An Evolution Story is an easy reader picture book that can be used with various ages of children. I would even argue this book could be used in a high school setting because of its advanced use of concepts. The book starts off with a family exploring the beach; it then starts to explore how life began with cells and DNA. Every time a new concept was introduced or something new evolved, we see an illustration of this concept drawn in the sand. This is supposed to keep bringing you back to the scene of the family on the beach. We are supposed to imagine the children learning about evolution, as they draw their interpretations in the sand. At first I did not understand the sand drawings but at the end of the book they are all brought back together. Two pages show how we evolved into humans, starting off with DNA and ending with the young boy laying in the sand. This illustration brings all of the sand art together, and also brings the family from the beginning back into the book. At the very end of the book the author takes a quote from one of his concepts and goes into further scientific detail about it. An example of this would be “we had spiny backbones that helped us move as freely ad we do today.”; the author then writes a little segment explain how we inherited our backbones from fish. The author also includes a timeline at the end of the book which I also think is very useful tool.
  jjsewanee | Apr 2, 2015 |
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