An accessible graphic introduction to evolution for the most science-phobic Evolution. The Story of Life on Earth. Written by Jay Hosler; Art by Kevin Cannon . Illustrated by the brilliant duo Kevin Cannon and Zander Cannon and written by noted comic author and biology professor Jay Hosler, Evolution. Featuring the same amusing characters as those found in Mark Schultz’s The Stuff of Life: A Graphic Guide to Genetics and DNA, Hosler’s.
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Ini komik punya adik gue, tapi gue gak percaya adik gue bisa nyambung dengan buku ini. In this delightful follow-up to The Stuff of Life: This book tells the history of genetic life on earth through the eyes of space alien observers trying to figure us humans out. I especially enjoyed the single-topic full-page sidebars on topics like gene swapping, the extinction of the moas, and parasites and could easily see these being copied and used in college course handouts because they’re so easy to follow.
Evolution: The Story of Life on Earth by Jay Hosler
Presents accurate facts in a non-threatening way with lots of specific examples and reviews all the content at the end. This is truly hosker global cover, working just as well in English, auf Deutsch or any other language! I was skeptical of this book at first, but actually really enjoyed it. I really sfory the style of the novel, however it was a little difficult to read.
Its got just the right amount of humor in the drawings to make the story fun.
It gives an easy to svolution and fun explanation of how life evolved on the planet, it explains genetics, it explains random mutation, species, parasite, zygotes, and all of them easy to follow, a It’s been a banner month for me and graphic novels. In The Stuff of LifeSquinch scientist Bloort convinced King Floorshby explaining genetics, that becoming sexual may be how the asexual Squinch can avoid impending extinction.
By jtoney on December 17, Jan 26, Ryan Haupt rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s been a banner month for me and graphic novels. Zanimljiv strip gdje dr. The kind that’s usually more fun evolugion are historical evoluhion biographical in nature, like a couple of my favourites Feynman or Logicomix. Kevin Cannon and Zander Cannonthe illustrators of numerous graphic novels and jau books, both live in Minneapolis.
Sep 22, Daniel Watkins rated it really liked it Shelves: Vocabulary is pretty advanced though, so bear that in mind when suggesting it to young children.
The book, like its predecessor, may be too dense with information-for instance, the 54 million years of the Cambrian period is covered in a mere six panels. Efolution 01, Rachel rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Story of LIfe on Earth” arrived. Who knew science could be so much fun! Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Evolution: The Story of Life on Earth
I regard kn as relatively familiar with this subject matter and Eart still learned a few things from this book. Books by Jay Hosler.
A sterling example of the educational potential of comics; strongly recommended for ages ten and up. Bloort, an alien scientist, has been summoned by King Floorish to explain the theory of evolution. Even my elementary school age dau I loved this book from beginning to end. Make this your default list.
Feb 25, Rachael rated it really liked it Shelves: The illustrations by Kevin and Zander Jaj are superb, and make the subject come to life. For this lesson, the king is joined by the heir apparent, precocious little Prince Floorshwhose good questions and inspired intuitions keep Bloort on his.
Evolution : the story of life on Earth
I posted my review over at iFanboy. It is humorous with inuendos that often my 9th graders miss. Well, it looks like Evolution: Back to the watery world of the sea-cucumber-like species Squinch for another course in the elements of life on earth. Preview — Evolution by Jay Hosler. To ask other readers questions about Evolutionplease sign up. Product Description An accessible graphic introduction to evolution for the most science-phobic reader Illustrated by the brilliant duo Kevin Cannon and Zander Cannon, this volume is written by the noted comic author and professor of biology Jay Hosler.
The information is presented clearly, but also with humor which keeps it interesting as well as memorable. Jan 24, Mark rated it really liked it Recommended to Mark by: One or more items could not be added because you are not logged in. No eBook available Amazon. Inside the Human Body graphic novel series. Evolution features the same characters introduced in the highly regarded The Stuff of Life: With funny dialogue to break up the dense subject matter and far-sidesque black and white illustrations, this book will engage students of biology and casual readers alike.
In the process we are introduced to scientists and cells and everything in between.
Ohsler regard myself as relatively familiar with this subject matter and I I loved this book. I gave it to one of my German friends who had been studying English and Biology with me in school.
Mar 15, Matthew rated it liked it Shelves: Gr 10 Up-This book requires a solid background in evolution and cell biology to understand it. The illustrations and the aliens make me think this is a book for a middle to high school reader, but some of the text is going to go over the readers heads.
It proved very informative and covered a lot of information in an easily understood way; certain parts even made me laugh It’s a great device for delivering what could otherwise be really dry material and it’s used to great effect.
Nov 10, Sara rated it it was amazing.