Book List
Baa! The Most Interesting Book You'll Ever Read About Genes and Cloning
By Cynthia Pratt Nicolson
Illustrated by Rose Cowles

Learn about genes, cloning, mutations, and more by reading interesting stories or trying out great activities. This book is fun to read and easy to understand.

Kids Can Press: Tonawanda, NY, 2001.
Cloning: Frontiers of Genetic Engineering (Megatech)
By David Jefferis
This book covers everything you ever wanted to know about cloning. Find out how cloning is actually done and how it could affect your future.

Crabtree: New York, 1999.
Read about genetic issues that affect you. There are many great illustrations, pictures, and mysteries for you to discover.
Kids Discover: New York, 1999.
DNA Is Here to Stay
By Dr. Fran Balkwill
Illustrated by Mic Rolph

This fun-filled, easy-to-understand book starts with the story of a cell and takes you on an amazing visual journey to learn about DNA.

Carolrhoda Books, Inc.: Minneapolis, MN, 1993.
How the Y Makes the Guy: Microexplorers
By Norbert Landa and Patrick A. Baeuerle
Get in a shrinking micromachine and follow Professor Gene as he leads an expedition through cells and genes. You'll see plenty of images and illustrations on this genetic trip.

Barron's Educational Series, Inc.: Hauppauge, NY, 1997.
Ingenious Genes: Microexplorers
By Patrick A. Baeuerle and Norbert Landa
This fabulous book is all about genes. Discover how genes help cells make proteins, how genetic engineering could make people healthier, and more.

Barron's Educational Series, Inc.: Hauppauge, NY, 1997.
Twisted--The Genetics Files
By Discovery Channel School Science Collections
Try to solve a genetic mystery. Read stories about identical twins. There's tons of information in this book, including helpful diagrams and even a timeline.

Discovery Communications, Inc.: Bethesda, MD, 1999.