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Author Schutten, Jan Paul, 1970- author.

Uniform Title Raadsel van alles wat leeft
Title The mystery of life : how nothing became everything / Jan Paul Schutten ; illustrated by Floor Rieder ; [translated by Laura Watkinson]

Publication Info. aNew York : Aladdin ; 2015. Hillsboro, Oregon : Beyond Word,

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Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 PHS Non-Fiction  576 Schutten    ---  DUE 05-16-22
Description 229 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Note "Originally published in Dutch. Gottmer Uitgevers Groep 2013" -- colophon
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Marvels, mysteries, and you -- How old is the earth? -- The history of everything in 1,620 words -- The greatest scientific idea of all time -- Evolution in brief -- All about the family -- How life on earth began -- Surviving in the primeval oceans -- Half human, half fish -- Has the story of evolution been proven for sure? -- From mouse to man.
Indexed In: Junior Library Guild
Summary Atoms are the basis of every living and non-living thing on Earth, but where and how did life begin - and how do we know?
Audience Ages 10-13.
Grades 5-8.
Language Translated from Dutch.
Awards A Junior Library Guild selection (JLG)
Subject Discoveries in science -- Juvenile literature.
Evolution -- Juvenile literature.
Life (Biology) -- Juvenile literature.
Life -- Origin -- Juvenile literature.
Discoveries in science.
Evolution.
Life (Biology)
Life -- Origin.
Discoveries in science.
Evolution.
Life (Biology)
Life -- Origin.
Added Author Rieder, Floor, illustrator.
Watkinson, Laura, translator.
ISBN 9781582705255 (hardcover)

 
    
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