HOW LIFE BEGINS by Jules Powers

HOW LIFE BEGINS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

No flowers or bees, but this simple presentation of the reproductive process and cycle begins with the lower forms, protozoa, fish and birds, and then proceeds to human life. Closing chapters here deal briefly (the whole book is circa 60 pages) with multiple births and genetics and sex determination. Mr. Power manages to include a good deal of simple information simply, without sentiment or rhetoric, and it will have an introduction by Dr. Levine whose own book A Baby is still in print and a very valid contender (also on this list).

Pub Date: April 1st, 1965
Publisher: Simon & Schuster