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Martha Stevens-David Book Review: "How Are You, Mother Earth?" by Gordon Hunter
By Martha Stevens-David
Dec 6, 2013 - 12:27:28 AM

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Though the book has only 47 pages, it is beautifully illustrated and written. In my opinion, it holds more up-to-date scientific information about our earth, its problems and possible scientific solutions than many encyclopedias I have read.

Never having studied the scientific classes when in school, I was amazed at what I didn't know about our beautiful planet and I kept rereading pages and reciting the science data to my very interested husband.

This book is probably best suited for ages thirteen through high school and should be very well-received by any and all.

Author Gordon Hunter should be very pleased with his book.

Martha Stevens-David.
Martha Stevens-David Column Magic City

Gordon Hunter is an award-winning professor of biology with forty-two years of experience in the sciences as a radar instructor in the US Air Force, a public school general science teacher, and a science teaching consultant for public school teachers.

Published: 5/24/2013
Format: Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages: 56
Size: 8.5x8.5
ISBN: 978-1-46699-355-6
Print Type: Color
$24.20 at Trafford Publishing

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