on the cover of the Dragonfly Book for Internet-based teaching resources,
chapter updates, and a host of useful information for students and teachers.
Home Page @ Brown Univ.
Miller's Evolution Page
Levine and I have written three different high school textbooks. Our
publisher, Prentice Hall, has produced web sites for each of them, with
separate entry points for students and teachers. Joe and I produced
our own modest web sites for the Elephant book and the Lion book, which
are still available and you may find useful. However, we're focusing
most of our current efforts on the site for our latest book, the "Dragonfly."
If you're using or considering the Dragonfly book, be sure to look at
Site" for that book first. Why? Because it contains all of
the reasources at our publisher's site and much more!
Answers for your Students" - A response
from the National Center for Science
Education to Jonathan Wells' "Ten Questions" challenging
the teaching of evolution.
Embryos - Critics of evolution charge that textbooks like ours contain
"fraudulent" drawings of embryos presented as evidence for
evolution. Do they? This page explains what Joe and I did when we learned
of a mistake in one of the illustrations in the Lionbook and Elephant
Peppered Moth - Critics of evolution also charge that the story
of the peppered moth, presented in books like ours as evidence for natural
selection, is a fraud. But is it really? Check out this page for the
We Ever Make Mistakes in our Books?
kidding? We're human beings, and in writing almost 3,000 pages of text
and assembling more than 6,000 diagrams and illustrations, naturally
we and our editors have made a few mistakes (actually, very few). However,
more than once we've also felt the need to rewrite something for clarification
or to avoid misunderstanding. Here's a complete index to each of our
books with lists of corrections and clarifications to date:
(The Elephant Book)
- THE LIVING SCIENCE (The Lion Book)
(The Dragonfly Book)
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