The Rise of Life: The First 3.5 Billion Years

By: Reader, John

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Book Condition: Very Good

Very good Condition. Blue boards with gold print on spine. Cover has light wear-Edge wear; Pages are lightly foxed near edges. Book is clean and lightly worn. **ADDITIONAL SHIPPING MAY APPLY TO INTERNATIONAL ORDERS** **LARGER BOOKS MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL SHIPPING** About the book: What was the Earth really like hundreds of millions of years ago? And how did life begin? From the first cell to the emergence of man, Reader presents the history of life as a fascinating detective story. As the milestones of evolution are described -- the first multicellular organisms, the first backbone, the first fish, the first land animals -- a host of intriguing questions are examined. For example, why did the dinosaurs disappear completely after ruling the Earth for 140 million years? Why also did some primitive branches of the human tree become extinct? Gurche's unique illustrations make the reader feel he or she is there.

Title: The Rise of Life: The First 3.5 Billion Years

Author Name: Reader, John

Illustrator: John Gurche

Categories: Science, Education,

Publisher: Crescenta: 1990

ISBN Number: 0517051737

ISBN Number 13: 9780517051733

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

lbs: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 001463

Keywords: Reader, John. Science