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When Arnold wishes he had more information for his family tree, Ms. Frizzle revs up the Magic School Bus and the class zooms back to prehistoric times. First stop: 3.5 billion years ago! There aren't any people around to ask for directions. Luckily Ms. Frizzle has a plan, and the class is right there to watch simple cells become sponges and then fish and dinosaurs, then mam When Arnold wishes he had more information for his family tree, Ms. Frizzle revs up the Magic School Bus and the class zooms back to prehistoric times. First stop: 3.5 billion years ago! There aren't any people around to ask for directions. Luckily Ms. Frizzle has a plan, and the class is right there to watch simple cells become sponges and then fish and dinosaurs, then mammals and early primates and, eventually, modern humans. It's the longest class trip ever! This is the story of a species, of our species, as only Ms. Frizzle can tell it. Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen tackle this essential topic with the insight and humor that have made the Magic School Bus the bestselling science series of all time. Hop on board for a class trip that spans billions of lifetimes!


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When Arnold wishes he had more information for his family tree, Ms. Frizzle revs up the Magic School Bus and the class zooms back to prehistoric times. First stop: 3.5 billion years ago! There aren't any people around to ask for directions. Luckily Ms. Frizzle has a plan, and the class is right there to watch simple cells become sponges and then fish and dinosaurs, then mam When Arnold wishes he had more information for his family tree, Ms. Frizzle revs up the Magic School Bus and the class zooms back to prehistoric times. First stop: 3.5 billion years ago! There aren't any people around to ask for directions. Luckily Ms. Frizzle has a plan, and the class is right there to watch simple cells become sponges and then fish and dinosaurs, then mammals and early primates and, eventually, modern humans. It's the longest class trip ever! This is the story of a species, of our species, as only Ms. Frizzle can tell it. Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen tackle this essential topic with the insight and humor that have made the Magic School Bus the bestselling science series of all time. Hop on board for a class trip that spans billions of lifetimes!

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Ali Book&Seaglasshunter

    This book is PACKED with information, yet my 4&6 year olds were captivated the entire time. Ms Frizzle and the class travel through time to explore evolution, from single cell organisms of billions of years ago, all the way to the present day. The book is hefty and takes awhile to read through but it’s all very interesting. It is set up like the original magic school bus books from before the show, with the little reports by students to help explain vocabulary and key concepts, as well as the hu This book is PACKED with information, yet my 4&6 year olds were captivated the entire time. Ms Frizzle and the class travel through time to explore evolution, from single cell organisms of billions of years ago, all the way to the present day. The book is hefty and takes awhile to read through but it’s all very interesting. It is set up like the original magic school bus books from before the show, with the little reports by students to help explain vocabulary and key concepts, as well as the humorous little comic style word bubbles within the illustrations. Also a fun added element was searching for the bus on each page!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ellon

    I remember loving Magic School Bus as a child but it's been a long time since I've read any of the books. I forgot how packed they are with information. At times, this makes it feel a little intimidating. But overall, the book does an excellent job of explaining the concept of evolution in a way that is understandable for young readers! I remember loving Magic School Bus as a child but it's been a long time since I've read any of the books. I forgot how packed they are with information. At times, this makes it feel a little intimidating. But overall, the book does an excellent job of explaining the concept of evolution in a way that is understandable for young readers!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Iris

    This book is the last to be published in the popular The Magic School Bus series and it's awesome. I'm a big fan of most picture books about evolution and this title makes the topic super accessible. The book, especially the chart at the end, beautifully illustrates the theory of common descent, how all living creatures on Earth are connected and are actually in the same family tree. This book is the last to be published in the popular The Magic School Bus series and it's awesome. I'm a big fan of most picture books about evolution and this title makes the topic super accessible. The book, especially the chart at the end, beautifully illustrates the theory of common descent, how all living creatures on Earth are connected and are actually in the same family tree.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    Cole brings Ms. Frizzle back to explore how life began. The class takes a trip back to the first singular cell and then comes forward through time to our current beings. Plenty of information shared in the sidebar notes and pictures along with the text itself. The illustrations support the text and provide further explanations and examples.

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