How to Make A Human Out of Soup by Tracey Turner
  

How to Make A Human Out of Soup

Written by Tracey Turner
Illustrated by Sally Kindberg

RRP £6.99

Synopsis

How to Make A Human Out of Soup by Tracey Turner

* How did human beings evolve? * How did life on Earth begin? * What are fossils? * What are genes? * Why do creatures become extinct? Prepare to boggle your mind as we try to answer some of the most important and amazing questions ever asked. Bring a packed lunch, and don't forget your time machine because we'll be doing a fair bit of time-travelling. Some protective clothing might be a good idea too, to cope with all the exploding volcanoes and meteorites. We'll be examining green slime (for a few billion years), popping in on the dinosaurs, meeting some of the strangest animals that ever lived, and saying hello to some close relatives you never knew you had. Welcome to the story of human evolution!

Reviews

Easy to read and full of humour ... there are some sections which have quite complex concepts but Tracey manages to explain them clearly and concisely in a style which will appeal to a wide range of interests School Librarian

About the Author

Tracey Turner has written more than 50 books for children. As well as the Hard Nuts series, she has written the Comic Strip History of the World and other Comic Strip titles, and the Lost series of choose-your-own adventure books. Tracey lives in Bath.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Tracey Turner
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Publisher

Little, Brown Young Readers an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

3rd September 2015

ISBN

9780349124131


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