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Evolution at the Bar by Philip Mauro
Man and the Vertebrates: Volume I by Alfred Sherwood Romer
The Science of Genetics: An introduction to heredity (2nd Edition) by George W. Burns
Creation vs. Evolution: What You Need to Know (Quick Reference Guides) by John Ankerberg
After Its Kind: The first and last word on evolution (5th Edition) by Byron C. Nelson
Reconstructing the Past: Parsimony, evolution, and inference by Elliott Sober
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About meI have been active in defending science education against the attacks of antievolutionists for the last 22 years. I am something of a minor expert in the creation/evolution debate and the author of the blog Playing Chess with Pigeons. I am a member of the National Center for Science Education, the Skeptics Society, and a founding member of the McLean v. Arkansas Documentation Project. In the past I was also a volunteer at the Talk.Origins Archive answering feedback questions.
About my libraryMy collection is organized using the Library of Congress classification system, with one exception; I put books by creationists/antievolutionists/anti-Darwinists, and some other pseudoscientific works into the category of Antievolution literature.
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Currently readingWritten in Stone: Evolution, the fossil record, and our place in nature by Brian Switek
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