Charles Darwin: The Man Who Looked at Life

Charles Darwin: The Man Who Looked at Life


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This book takes a biographical approach to explain how theories of evolution arose in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries based on Charles Darwin's concept of evolution through natural selection. Written at ability level grades 4-5, interest grade level 5-12, with a with a Lexile Level of 810, and a Guided Reading Level at S in three formats, Computer Book, Audio Book and Paperback Book.

Author: Venable, Alan

Language: English

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