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The Sandwalk Adventures: An Adventure in Evolution Told in Five Chapters

by Jay Hosler

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Presents an explanation of evolution in graphic novel form through a conversation between Charles Darwin and Mara, a follicle mite that lives in his left eyebrow and believes him to be a god.
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Provides information about evolution through the story of Charles Darwin and his attempt to convince follicle mites living in his left eyebrow that he is not their creator and that evolution is real. ( )
  paula-childrenslib | Jul 25, 2015 |
Evolution and natural selection explained by Darwin to a follicle mite living in his eyebrow. The mites have a belief that Darwin is a god named Flycatcher who created all species - so he has to provide the tools so that Mara, a young mite, can refute the "old stories." ( )
1 vote | beckydj | Mar 30, 2013 |
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The more I read this story, the funnier and more insightful it seemed. I’ve never before found this particular philosophical debate this entertaining or educational.
 
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