By Lee Berger and Marc Aronson (National Geographic, 2012)
The Skull in the Rock: How a Scientist, a Boy, and Google Earth Opened a New Window on Human Origins: Released in November 2012, the Skull in the Rock—the latest Aronson & Glenn project—is a riveting, fully-illustrated account of paleoarchaeologist Lee Berger and his son Matthew’s discovery of the hominin species Australopithecus sediba. I developed this project with Marc Aronson from editorial concept to final files, delivering the book to our publishing partner, National Geographic, as a disk ready for prepress.
A fascinating account of an Indiana Jones–style fossil hunter and how his discoveries have changed the way we see human evolution.” —Kirkus
To Learn more about Lee Berger and his work, and science in general, visit Lee and Marc’s website, SciMania.org.
Reviews: Booklist, Kirkus, National Science Teachers Association, School Library Journal.