Anthropologists at Work

From the Series Scientists at Work
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Anthropologists, scientists who study humans and their ways of life, are continually finding and interpreting artifacts left by our earliest ancestors. They have helped us understand our origins as well as the intriguing cultures that developed as humans spread across Earth. This volume is a concise introduction to this diverse and fascinating field. Readers will learn of the various branches of anthropology, including archaeology and biological anthropology, and how anthropologists of different disciplines collaborate to shed light on the mysteries of times past. Essential science vocabulary, thought-provoking sidebars, and a variety of STEM topics make this book a must-read for future scientists.

Interest Level Grade 1 - Grade 4
Reading Level Grade 2
Copyright 2018
BISACS JNF052020, JNF011000
Genre Nonfiction
Publisher Rosen Publishing
Imprint Britannica Educational Publishing
Series Scientists at Work
Language English
Number of Pages 32
ISBN 9781680487435
Title Format Reinforced book
Release Date 2017-08-15
Author Therese Shea
Features Glossary of key words, Index, Suggested websites, Table of contents
Dewey 301--dc23
Dimensions 8 x 8
Guided Reading Level N

Author: Therese Shea

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