Books by Judith Hooper

NON-FICTION
Released: Aug. 1, 2002

"By no means anti-evolutionary fodder for creationists, but rather a cautionary tale of how science gets done—and undone."
Knowledgeable freelance journalist Hooper (Would the Buddha Wear a Walkman?, 1990) shoots down an icon of evolution in action—in a well-written account of the life and times of the peppered moth and the eccentric lepidopterists who chased it. Read full book review >