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Should Scientists Pursue Cloning?
This title covers these subjects: Cloning -- Ethical aspects., Genetic engineering., Cloning.
Should Scientists Pursue Cloning?
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Should Scientists Pursue Cloning?

What are scientists and doctors now capable of when it comes to cloning? Are there any ethical concerns about cloning seeds? What about animals? Humans? Are there benefits to cloning?

Reading LevelGrades 4-4
Interest LevelGrades 6-10
Lexile Level1060L
ATOS Level7.6
AR Points1
AR Quiz #148612
Text TypeInformational Text
Page Dimensions7 1/2" x 9 7/16"
Page Count48
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $33.99 School/Library Price

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School Library Journal - Ragan O’Malley

"Tackling intriguing and sometimes controversial topics, these hi/lo titles provide a thorough, yet approachable exploration of their subjects. This series is chockfull of photographs, diagrams, and informative sidebars, and the facts are presented in an eye-popping, visually engaging format. Each volume poses a question, provides background information, and explores all aspects of its subject including cutting-edge scientific developments as well as ethical issues. For example, in Organ Transplants, readers learn about the history of organ transplantation, the process of organ donation, and the ethical concerns involved, such as who is eligible to receive a transplant and whether the sale of organs should remain illegal. Readers are encouraged to think critically and actively engage in the scientific and ethical debates. Suitable for reports or simply to satisfy readers’ curiosity. - Ragan O’Malley, Saint Ann’s School, Brooklyn, NYSchool Library Journal April 2012 Issue" - School Library Journal

Library Media Connection - Terri Lent

"This is a great basic series to introduce students to hot button scientific issues and controversies. Each book briefly introduces the development or technology, explains its current purpose or use, and discusses both sides of the issue. The books, filled with charts, diagrams, and colorful graphics will attract the reader. Each book also contains suggested topics for research. This series will be valuable as a research source for struggling students or to provide basic background information on an issue for more advanced students. Recommended." - Library Media Connection

December 1, 2012

Isabel Thomas

Isabel Thomas

Isabel Thomas studied Human Sciences at Oxford University before working in the wonderful world of children's publishing. She has written dozens of books for children and teenagers, and is a trained literacy tutor. Isabel lives in Cambridge, UK, with her husband and three rambunctious sons.

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