Science nerds, rejoice!

onedayadotIf you are a believer in the seven day creation story, this might NOT be the book for you, and not just because there’s a whole “And then there was light” reference four pages in which does not have to do with any deity.

It’s science’s creation story here, complete with little dots and cells and things evolving and animals of all kinds evolving and adapting.  And it’s beautifully illustrated and told in a way that’s simple enough for relatively young kids interested in good stories and maybe a little science, and older kids who are thinking about the deeper questions.

One Day a Dot by Ian Lendler, Shelli Paroline, and Braden Lamb

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