If you are a teacher or a parent you may find some of these books especially useful to: a) prepare yourself; b) give to your child’s teacher or a colleague; or c) give to a school administrator. Seriously.
Each link is to a review of the book to help you decide if you are interested.
- The Science of Evolution and the Myth of Creationism
- Creationism’s Trojan Horse: The Wedge of Intelligent Design
- Evolution vs. Creationism by Eugenie Scott, Second Edition
Don’t forget to have a look at this post as well.
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A cautionary tale to consider:
It can be troublesome for some parents (and even some students) to get their hands on any books with both “evolution” and “creationism” in the title, as they tend to assume there are valid reasons and arguments for supporting one over the other. It can entice students/parents to look up even more creationism “facts” for the “debate”, or to tune out the evolution unit completely.