Zelda L. Kravitz
How Life Begins
. Toronto, Fitzhenry and Whiteside, Ltd 1977 Chemicals in life, well illustrated.
Alexander, D., Alexander, G.
. New York: Harper and Row, 1970. High school text.
Cells, the Basic Structure of Life
. New York: Franklin Watts, 1970. General discussion of plant and animal cells compared with heredity. Very good large diagrams.
. New York and London: Franklin Watts, 1978. Large type, very good diagrams and discussions of parts of cell and their function.
Ladder of Life, DNA
. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964. How DNA discovered at Rockefeller Institute.
Leftwich, Robert, Weaver, Larry. I.
, Missouri: Milliken Publishing Co., 1970. Transparencies in full color. II.
Growth and Development
. McDonald Publishing Co., 1981. Duplicating pages.
Who Do You Think You Are (A Story of Heredity)
. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1963. Well illustrated.
McNamara and Litchfield.
Your Growing Cells
. Little, Brown and Co. For beginning readers. Very simple colored diagrams. Few words per page.
Morrison, Velma F.
There’s Only One You
. New York: Julian Messner, 1978. Story of fertilization wherein it states that DNA instead of using dots and dashes, as in Morse Code, uses chemicals to send messages.
Why You Look Like You Do Whereas I Tend to Look Like Me
. I. Mendel and Peas; II. “What Did; III. Mendel The Modest Monk. Young Scott Books, 1969. Colored diagrams throughout and little reading.
Exploring Life Science
. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1970. Basic biology, good for student.
Me and My Family Tree
. New York: Thomas Crowell, (ed.) Dr. Roma Gans, Professor Emeritus T.C. Toronto: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, Ltd., 1978. Big colored diagrams—family tree emphasized. Work of Mendel. Mostly about genotypes.
Winchester A. M.
Modern Biological Principles
. New York: D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., 1965.
Good diagrams and explanations.