Raphaël Martin Henri Cap
From the first cells to the appearance of humans on Earth, here is the great history of evolution in a single illustrated book. The most-recent scientific information is made available to young readers through simple prose, with many anecdotes and concrete examples given by this team of three authors: a journalist, a specialist researcher, and a designer illustrator. From chapter to chapter, the reader understands that each part of his body comes to him from distant ancestors, some of them very surprising, such as archaea, viruses, jellyfish—or even strange fish from the oceans. Everything is clearly explained with the help of small paragraphs and very playful and educational illustrations, which allow children to learn while having fun. Are you ready to go on a journey of over four billion years to unravel the mysteries of evolution, the natural phenomenon that explains the wonderful diversity of the living world?
| 16 color images