Grandmother Fish

Grandmother Fish

A Child's First Book of Evolution

Book - 2016
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"Inquisitive young readers will delight in wiggling, chomping, squeaking, and hooting their way through our evolutionary family tree in this charming tale that answers one of life's biggest questions: where do we come from?"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Feiwel & Friends, 2016
Edition: First Feiwel & Friends edition
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781250113238
Branch Call Number: 591.38 Tw
Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 23 x 27 cm
Audience: Ages 3-6
Additional Contributors: Lewis, Karen


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Mar 13, 2019

Great kids book on evolution and I own it. My kids, 6yo and 8yo are enthralled. We've had this one for a couple of years. It's a cool book. The art is very nice. The story does its job, explains the ideas well and holds the kids' attention.

May 10, 2018

Tweet did an outstanding job working through what key parts of evolutionary theory should kids learn and how best they can understand it. Writing style is very fluid and engaging. He really researched it well, too. Very readable for young and enjoyable for adults. Illustrations are colorful and informative.

Mar 13, 2018

also, if you can find ....
Evolution: Why Did Fish Grow Feet? And Other Stories of Life on Earth
Anne Rooney
Octopus Books, 2014
ISBN - 10:1783251360, ISBN - 13:9781783251360
pbk, 96 pages

Aug 29, 2016

An excellent book to introduce a younger child to the Theory of Evolution. The great thing is, it also includes info for adults at the back of the book that will help to guide the learning.


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