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by Rob DeSalle,Patricia Wynne,Ian Tattersall

eBook Bones, Brains and DNA: The Human Genome and Human Evolution (Wallace and Darwin) ePub
Author: Rob DeSalle,Patricia Wynne,Ian Tattersall
Language: English
ISBN: 159373056X
ISBN13: 978-1593730567
Publisher: Bunker Hill Publishing Inc; 1 edition (January 26, 2007)
Pages: 40
Category: Education & Reference
Subcategory: Young Teens
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 142
Formats: azw txt lrf rtf
ePub file: 1321 kb
Fb2 file: 1250 kb

Ian Tattersall, Rob DeSalle

Ian Tattersall, Rob DeSalle. Illustrated by the well loved children's artist Patricia J. Wynne,Bones, Brains and DNAfollows the tales, and tails, of two museum mice, Wallace and Darwin, as they play tour guide to the fascinating history of human evolution. Tackling the such topics of genomes and chromosomes, molecules and wooly mammoths, and dinosaurs and hominids, Wallace and Darwin present a thoroughly delightful and informative history of human development through anthropology, archeology, biology, ecology, and art.

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Items related to Bones, Brains and DNA: The Human Genome and Human Evolution. Ian Tattersall; Rob DeSalle Bones, Brains and DNA: The Human Genome and Human Evolution (Wallace and Darwin). Ian Tattersall is currently Curator in the Division of Anthropology of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Born in England and raised in East Africa, he has carried out both primatological and paleontological fieldwork in countries as diverse as Madagascar, Vietnam, Surinam, Yemen and Mauritius.

This was a very good book for my seven year old who is interested in DNA and evolution. It is perfectly suited for the audience it is written for and should be judge accordingly!

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Bones, Brains and DNA. The Human Genome and Human Evolution. Published March 25, 2007 by Bunker Hill Publishing. Based on the new Spitzer Hall of Human Origins in the American Museum of Natural History, which opened in February 2007, this book about the genome takes the young reader to the cutting edge of science, exploring and examining the tools by which we study our origins, some of the milestones in those origins, human movement across the planet and the beginnings of.

by Ian Tattersall/ Rob DeSalle · Book Bones, Brains and DNA: The Human. Bones, Brains and DNA: The Human Genome and Human Evolution (Wallace and Darwin). by: Ian Tattersall · Rob DeSalle.

Based on the new Spitzer Hall of Human Origins in the American Museum of Natural History, which opened in February 2007, this book about the genome takes the young reader to the cutting edge of science, exploring and examining the tools by which we study our origins, some of the milestones in those origins, human movement across the planet and the beginnings of being human -- through language, music, art and tools. With its outstanding permanent collection, its ever-changing array of illuminating exhibitions, and it's hands-on approach to universe around us, the American Museum of Natural History in New York City is unquestionably one of the world's preeminent institutions of learning -- and fun. And learning and fun are at the core of Bones, Brains and DNA by Ian Tattersall and Robert DeSalle. Based on the new Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, which opens in February 2007, this charming book takes the young reader to the cutting edge of science, exploring and examining the tools by which we study our origins, some of the milestones in human origins, human movement across the planet, and the beginnings of being human through language, music, art, and tools. Illustrated by the well loved children's artist Patricia J. Wynne, Bones, Brains and DNA follows the tales, and tails, of two museum mice, Wallace and Darwin, as they play tour guide to the fascinating history of human evolution. Tackling the such topics of genomes and chromosomes, molecules and wooly mammoths, and dinosaurs and hominids, Wallace and Darwin present a thoroughly delightful and informative history of human development through anthropology, archeology, biology, ecology, and art. Complete with explanatory photographs, easy-to-follow charts, and a succinct glossary, this fact-filled jaunt through one of America's favorite museums will charm and challenge while educating the budding young scientist.
Sadaron above the Gods
This lovely little book... designed for the four year old child and up... has appeared several decades too late for me to set my daughter upon my lap and wonder as we wander together through its engrossing pages, appropriately illustrated for the audience targeted and beyond, helping the adult as well to connect the dots between those mysterious undefined terms that randomly appear in the Tuesday Science Section of the NY Times and in many other popular publications: terms such as genome, chromosomes, mitochondria. Nothing so warmly bonding and educational as parent and child exploring together the most important sciences of the day. This book will set the child reaching for more advanced texts which is precisely where you would hope them to go.
net rider
This was a very good book for my seven year old who is interested in DNA and evolution. It obviously isn't written for a sixteen year old or an adult but that doesn't mean it deserves a negative rating. It is perfectly suited for the audience it is written for and should be judge accordingly!
anneli
I have found the book rather disappointing. I have given it an advance reading, before giving it as a present to my 16 years old grand daughter Giulia, but I don't believe she'll like it. Particularly the introduction of the two mice, Darwin and Wallace, does not contribute to a better understanding of the text - just the contrary.

Mario Baldassarrini, an 86 year old grand dad
Love Me
My wife is a guide at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, and the powers that be suggested she purchase this book as a basic source of information for those times when her tour group has younger children. She found it very helpful in studying ways to communicate the basics.

We are donating our libraries to the New York Public Library on York Avenue, where an all volunteer staff runs a bookstore that raises a million dollars a year for the system. The new owner will hopefully have young children or grandchildren that will benefit from these explanations.

Robert C. Ross
October 2018
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