For example, in the mammal section, a two page spread is given to various types of bats. We learn there are two basic types of bats: fruit bats and flying foxes; and insect-eating bats. We learn the difference between the two, that most bats are nocturnal, how they eat, how they navigate, how they use their claws, and so on. A sidebar explains the complexity of a bat wing. Another sidebar explains echolocation. And there is a truth vs. fiction section on vampire bats.
Really, with the exception of the introduction, which talks about creation and Noah's flood, this book isn't a "Christian" book. It simply omits mention of evolution.
Publishing Info: Master Books; 2011; ISBN: 978-0890516171; hardback, 256 pgs., $24.99.
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