Teacher Appreciation Week Giveaway 2020

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We're giving away five autographed copies of Cranky Uncle vs. Climate Change by John Cook and five autographed copies of The Human Instinct by Kenneth R. Miller as part of Teacher Appreciation Week May 4-8, 2020.

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Cranky Uncle vs. Climate Change, written and illustrated by Cook, a cognitive psychologist and founder of the award-winning website Skeptical Science, combines humor and science to explain how the climate issue became societally controversial, expose the flaws in misinformation, and show how we can respond to science denial. Climate scientist Michael E. Mann says of Cranky Uncle, "People are always asking me ‘what’s the best source for debunking the claims of climate change deniers?’ Now I have an easy answer: buy a copy of John Cook’s new book, Cranky Uncle vs Climate Change."

The Human Instinct, written by NCSE board president Kenneth R. Miller, co-author of the seminal textbook Biology and professor of biology at Brown University, is an exploration of how humans evolved to develop reason, consciousness, and free will. "Here is a clear-eyed look at the use and sometime misuse of evolutionary theory," writes University of California Professor Kevin Padian about the book.

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