September 16, 2011

Kid's Evolution Book Too Controversial For US?

KJ Mullins, Digital Journal


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Is evolution too much for American kids? A Canadian book, Evolution: How We and All Living Things Came to Be, has been getting awards but is not being offered south of the border.
Canadian libraries are praising Daniel Loxton's book about evolution but across the border in the United States the subject matter is too much of a hot potato to touch for publishers.

 

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