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  1. says:

    Amazing Evolution is a beautifully illustrated bite sized science overview of the origins of humankind Probably best for middle to late elementary school students but the illustrations will capture the eyes of any age group including adults The topics range from the beginning of our modern theory of evolution to how we categorize organisms Kingdom Phylum etc There are no pictures at all but the illustrations are clear and lovely to look at The text is well organized with no one section or paragraph so long as to lose the attention of a young reader I wish I had had this book when I was a child Many thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest reviewBlog | Twitter | Bloglovin | Instagram |


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    Special thanks to Netgalley uarto Publishing Group Ivy Kids and Anna Clayborne for the opportunity to read and review this AMAZING book on evolution for kidsI could not be in love with this book Science can get kind of science y definitely not a real word sometimes and be sort of dull If you don't have the write presentation of the information I can see anyone especially kids just sitting there with eyes glazed over Well fear not friends This book is EVERYTHING you could ask for on this topic It has bright colorful pages cool illustrations and breaks down a very important topic in a very accessible way It's good for the readwrite learner as well as the visual learner There is something in here for everyone I will absolutely be buying this for my daughter She loves animals and nature and I can't wait to read this with her and teach her how exciting the world around her is I highly recommend this book for you and your kids


  3. says:

    An informative book that covers evolution in a short and well explain way Nothing that would make it stands out from the lot but good enough to make it deserve its place I got this one as an ARC and just wanted to mentioned that the page 3641 from my Ipad count but of the 70 71 from the bottom page mark in the book the pictures does not appear in the yellow circle Might want to fix it before the official publication


  4. says:

    Engaging Well written Engrossingtl;dr Our ancestors weren't just a bunch of goons or apes This extremely well done book makes many of the concepts of evolutionary biology understandable I loved the progression from big concepts of evolution to practical aspects like homologous structures The book doesn't shy away from controversies like evolution and offers than the most simple definitions like adding Wallace to the discussion of Darwin I really liked this book and hope its used in schools and libraries Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC in exchange for an honest review


  5. says:

    I really love evolution and I think this is a pretty good book if one needs to explain it to children or adults The art is fun and cute and I think it is a good transition from picture books to this slightly involved and grown up topic I only have a couple small picky complaints but overall enjoyed it very much and I will strongly consider buying this for my daughter Picky thing #1 On the first page I saw this line Evolution also explains why there used to be many other creatures such as dinosaurs which no longer exist Obviously the sentiment is true but our best evidence is that dinosaurs no longer exist due to an environmental catastrophe not evolutionary change Evolution is way cooler than dinosaurs being eradicated by a meteor which is even addressed on page 11 and creatures that don't exist now because of evolution are things like common ancestors which are super cool but probably less well known Picky thing #2 In the discussion on page 21 of humans being the only animal to have complex culture when we know that other species do have culture including complex family groups and tool use However I was very glad to see the point made that evolution doesn't have a point or try to reach higherMy only other feedback would be a reuest for a for information on evolution check out these booksresources section at the end of the book I would love to know further child appropriate reading on the topicI received this book in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley


  6. says:

    A very good book on evolution for the school library or for some home use It doesn't cover deniers but it does feature all you would actually want from how the whole thing works to coevolution to the different ways flight evolved what humans might come to look like and so on The visual element is finely judged the readability which includes the prevalence or not of scattering text willy nilly in factoids across the page is perfect and it's pretty much the go to book to explain the science to any primary school child I even learnt a couple of details


  7. says:

    Full of lots of bright pictures captions and interesting information this children’s book gives lots of information about evolution and the history of life on earth The book is divided into 3 distinct sections with a glossary and index at the end Each section is well laid out and the language and vocabulary used is very child friendly and accessibleI wouldn’t hesitate to use this book with key stage 2 when learning about animal adaptations and evolution


  8. says:

    Amazingly illustrated little book full of dino size bites of scientific knowledge that are fun facts for kids and adults of all ages Clear and well organizedI received a free copy of this book via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this book The illustrations are gorgeous and engaging to look at and the text is easy enough for kids to understand Simple yet it goes into a lot of detail to give kids a good scientific foundation to understand evolution Definitely one I'd like for our library


  10. says:

    Loved this one as much as the Amazing Expeditions The illustrations were beautiful and the content was very informative Definitely recommend for kids and classrooms


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Amazing Evolution

REVIEW Ë eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Anna Claybourne

Ht on this incredible process from the beginnings of life around 38 billion years ago to the millions of different species alive today including the moon walking talking apes with super powerful brains–human beingsFilled with clear explanations beautiful illustrations and fascinating facts about the planet’s strangest and. I really love evolution and I think this is a pretty good book if one needs to explain it to children or adults The art is fun and cute and I think it is a good transition from picture books to this slightly involved and grown up topic I only have a couple small picky complaints but overall enjoyed it very much and I will strongly consider buying this for my daughter Picky thing #1 On the first page I saw this line Evolution also explains why there used to be many other creatures such as dinosaurs which no longer exist Obviously the sentiment is true but our best evidence is that dinosaurs no longer exist due to an environmental catastrophe not evolutionary change Evolution is way cooler than dinosaurs being eradicated by a meteor which is even addressed on page 11 and creatures that don't exist now because of evolution are things like common ancestors which are super cool but probably less well known Picky thing #2 In the discussion on page 21 of humans being the only animal to have complex culture when we know that other species do have culture including complex family groups and tool use However I was very glad to see the point made that evolution doesn't have a point or try to reach higherMy only other feedback would be a reuest for a for information on evolution check out these booksresources section at the end of the book I would love to know further child appropriate reading on the topicI received this book in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley

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Most spectacular creatures Amazing Evolution will keep children and adults too enthralled for hoursDelve into the pages and learn what makes a fish a fish why giraffes have such long necks and how all living things from cabbages to tigers are related  Amazing Evolution is the perfect first book about evolution for young reade. Amazingly illustrated little book full of dino size bites of scientific knowledge that are fun facts for kids and adults of all ages Clear and well organizedI received a free copy of this book via NetGalley and am voluntarily leaving a review

REVIEW Ë eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Õ Anna Claybourne

Evolution can be a difficult idea to wrap our brains around it deals with random unlikely events combined with vast lengths of time too enormous to comprehend But the evidence is all around us–in the fossils of long dead creatures and in our genes and the relationships between all living beings Amazing Evolution shines a lig. Amazing Evolution is a beautifully illustrated bite sized science overview of the origins of humankind Probably best for middle to late elementary school students but the illustrations will capture the eyes of any age group including adults The topics range from the beginning of our modern theory of evolution to how we categorize organisms Kingdom Phylum etc There are no pictures at all but the illustrations are clear and lovely to look at The text is well organized with no one section or paragraph so long as to lose the attention of a young reader I wish I had had this book when I was a child Many thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest reviewBlog | Twitter | Bloglovin | Instagram |

  • Hardcover
  • 80
  • Amazing Evolution
  • Anna Claybourne
  • en
  • 06 June 2018
  • 9781782407379

About the Author: Anna Claybourne

Freelance children’s writer and editor based in Edinburgh Scotland