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Charlie and Kiwi

Eileen Campbell, illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds & FableVision (New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers) $16.99

If there's a young science fan in your home, this is a fascinating addition for your book shelves. Young Charlie has to write a report for school about a bird. Wanting something different from the other children, he remembers the stuffed Kiwi his parents brought home from their trip to New Zealand. But when he presents his report to the class, they laugh at him. How can it be a bird? It doesn't fly and it has whiskers like a cat. He and the Kiwi set off in a time machine to visit his great-great-great-great-great grandfather who is a bird expert. By going back even further in time, Charlie learns how the Kiwi evolved..."Little changes in each generation add up to big changes" over time. What's more, Charlie learns that "all birds came from the same ancestor: the dinosaur." The story holds even this reviewer's attention, and the illustrations are wonderful too. The New York Hall of Science initiated and led the development of CHARLIE AND THE KIWI.

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