Product Details
List Price:
$10.95
Ages:
9 to 11
Grades:
4 to 6
Pages:
64
Trim Size:
7" x 10"
Published:
01/2004
Imprint:
Boyds Mills Press
ISBN-13: 978-1-59078-278-1
Illustrations:
Full-color illustrations
Lexile Level:
970L

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About the Book

Overview

How did snarly wolves change into loving pets? Do dogs really see everything in black and white? How can elephants talk to one another even while they are miles apart? These are just a few of the questions that scientists tackle in this book of true science stoires. In his warm, personal style, Jack Myers shows that science is much more than a collection of facts. It's an adventure of discovery.

Meet the Author

Jack Myers

Jack Myers, Ph.D., (1913-2006) was the senior science editor of Highlights for Children, the nation's largest-circulation magazine for young readers.

He was recruited for the job in the late 1950s by his parents, Highlights Founders Dr. Gary Cleveland Myers and Caroline Clark Myers. For more than forty years, he delighted curious kids with his answers to their science questions and with his many articles about true science discoveries.

In addition to his role at Highlights, Jack Myers was a scientist at the University of Texas at Austin, where at the time of his death, he was professor emeritus of zoology. He was a member of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Meet the Illustrator

John Rice

John Rice is a wildlife artist and is the illustrator of How Dogs Came from Wolves, On the Trail of the Komodo Dragon, On Top of Mount Everest, and What Happened to the Mammoths?

He lives in Mount Kisco, New York.

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