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  • Celebrating Science & Wonder Exploring Religion Books for Secular Families Books for Secular FamiliesOlder Than the Stars by Karen Fox Many Ways by Shelley RotnerStart with the Big Bang and explore the universe in this A photo essay depicting the diversity of beliefs around thecolorful picture book. - Ages 6-10 world. - Ages 4-8Life on Earth: The Story of Evolution by Steve Jenkins Faith by Maya AjmeraExplores the many animals on earth and where they came Highlights the common threads of all religions withfrom. - Ages 6-10 photographs and minimal text. Ages 4-8Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature’s Survivors by Joyce Sidman The Story of Religion by Betsy MaestroPoetry and art explore how animals like the beetle, the ant, Follow the evolution of religion from the beginning to itsand the shark survived millions of years. Ages 6-12 present form. - Ages 8-12The Tree That Time Built: A Celebration of Nature, Science, One World, Many Religions by Mary Pope Osbourneand Imagination by Mary Ann Hoberman Introduces readers to six major religions of the world.A collection of science poetry for the whole family. - All ages Ages 8-12Turn it Loose: The Scientist in Absolutely Everybody by What is God? by Etan BoritzerDiane Swanson Explores religions and introduces a pantheistic view ofFind out what it takes to be a scientist in this inspiring book. God. - Ages 8-12- Ages 9-13 The Golden Rule by Ilene CooperNibbling on Einstein’s Brain: The Good, the Bad, and the Explores versions of the golden rule in various religions.Bogus in Science by Diane Swanson Ages 8-12Learn to sort the good from the junk in this helpful book. -Ages 10-13 What Do You Believe? published by DK Introduces readers to religions and philosophies of theEvolution: The Story of Life on Earth by Jay Hosler world without judgment. Ages 10-13A graphic novel that explores life on earth. - Teen/AdultList compiled by Mindy Rhiger, MLS - November 2011 List compiled by Mindy Rhiger, MLS - November 2011For more about books and family life in Minneapolis see For more about books and family life in Minneapolis seepropernounblog.wordpress.com propernounblog.wordpress.com