Where Does One Find Bedtime Stories About Evolution? | GenomeWeb

A blog post at Wired urges parents to get on the stick and start teaching their kids about evolution from a very early age, since public schools generally don't seem to do this job well. Taking cue from Swarthmore's Colin Purrington, the post lists books, blogs, and other resources where parents can get "kid-friendly" materials explaining evolution.

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