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The science was good but the universe being presented as some sort of sentient creator made me very uncomfortable.Published 12 months ago by NearlyNarwhal
The writing is a bit too wild and confusing and doesn't always reflect the pictures. I will have to interpret it for my first and second gradersPublished 16 months ago by Mary Kess
I'm a volunteer at an elementary school and I plan to use it when I do lessons. Well written for the children's interest level.Published 16 months ago by Nancy Sager
I bought these books for my kids and fell in love with them. I have loaned out the series to two other family members and we have all loved the interest these beautiful books hold... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Helen N
Love this series. Manages to boil down the complex narrative of our evolution into something that is not only understandable for a child, but really lovely to read as well. Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by Red-Eyed Zhaan
A lot of good scientific information in a very readable form, with great art and illustrations. The "moral of the story" is that you are a part of an every-changing... Read morePublished on January 23, 2013 by Lisa
As an Agnostic in the Midwest, answering a child's questions about how things came to be can often be difficult if you are trying to avoid them being ostracized at a very young... Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by S. Landborne
My 5 year old daughter got this series from Santa, and we love, love, love all three books, but especially Mammals Who Morph. Read morePublished on December 29, 2010 by SMH