Evolutionby Andres Llamas Ruiz, Andres Llamas Ruiz
Travel back in time 4,500 million years to when the earth was just a big ball of gas. About 1,500 million years later, the first sign of life appeared on the planet, in the form of a single cell. See for yourself how that organism eventually developed into what we are today. ". . .begins with single-cell organisms and then, following the sequence of evolution, focuses on fish, vertebrates, amphibians, birds, and mammals before ending with the appearance of humans. . . .Each two-page spread contains. . .concise text balanced by colorful drawings and numerous, helpful captions."School Library Journal. 32 pages (all in color), 8 X 10 5/8.
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