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Gutsy Girls Go for Science: Paleontologists
Time lines, photographs, and inviting illustrations add kid appeal to the interesting text, which is further broken up by informative sidebars and hands-on projects that simulate paleontological digs and activities.
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Gutsy Girls Go for Science: Paleontologists
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