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Jul 30, 2019
| ISBN 9781623541699
| 3-7 years
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Jul 30, 2019 | ISBN 9781623541699 | 3-7 years
A fascinating look at how and why some animals haven’t changed much since prehistoric times.Meet the coelacanth, horseshoe crab, dragonfly, tuatara, nautilus, and Hula painted frog. All are living fossils, or modern-day animals that very closely resemble their ancient relatives. Why have they changed so little over time, while other animals evolved or went extinct? Using contrasting “then” and “now” illustrations, veteran nonfiction writer Caroline Arnold alternates between a prehistoric creature in its native environment and its contemporary living-fossil counterpart.
Caroline Arnold is the author of more than 160 books for children. She writes both fiction and nonfiction and recently has illustrated some of her books with striking cut paper art. To see prints and cards of her illustrations, go… More about Caroline Arnold
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