So, You Want to Work with the Ancient and Recent Dead?: Unearthing Careers from Paleontology to Forensic Science

So You Want to Work with the Ancient and Recent Dead Unearthing Careers from Paleontology to Forensic Science Have you ever been excited by forensic science or psyched to dig up fossils This comprehensive guide reveals a whole host of careers in the underrated world of the no longer living Covering everything

  • Title: So, You Want to Work with the Ancient and Recent Dead?: Unearthing Careers from Paleontology to Forensic Science
  • Author: J.M. Bedell
  • ISBN: 9781582705453
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • Have you ever been excited by forensic science or psyched to dig up fossils This comprehensive guide reveals a whole host of careers in the underrated world of the no longer living.Covering everything from well known jobs like archaeologists, morticians, coroners, and forensic scientists to the not so well known professions like studying dead stars and planets to playingHave you ever been excited by forensic science or psyched to dig up fossils This comprehensive guide reveals a whole host of careers in the underrated world of the no longer living.Covering everything from well known jobs like archaeologists, morticians, coroners, and forensic scientists to the not so well known professions like studying dead stars and planets to playing a zombie on TV, So, You Want to Work With the Ancient and Recent Dead uncovers a treasure trove of occupational opportunities.In addition to tips and interviews from professionals in the industry, So, You Want to Work With the Ancient and Recent Dead includes inspiring stories from kids who are working toward an exciting career in the area of dead things as well as activities, a glossary, and resources to help you unearth your interests and discover a successful career.

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    1. You’ll never know what you are going to learn when you read across the various genres in all age groups.Who knew there were so many careers to choose from for one wanting to work with the dead! So, You Want To Work with the Ancient and Recent Dead was an amazing read that every age group should read even if you’re not interested in dead things.I found So, You Want To Work with the Ancient and Recent Dead a fascinating and captivating read when it comes to studying the dead and the author nev [...]

    2. This is a pretty well done kids book that covers a wide variety of careers. My field of expertise was covered in 2 early chapters, and I noticed some minor errors along with some quirks- for example, the author is convinced that all archaeologists and paleontologists spend a great deal of time being very dirty, which is not the case, and she also has a fixation on aviation archaeology, which is a tiny field compared to other subdisciplines. There are also some grammatical errors, such as referri [...]

    3. This book is a nonfiction book with a target audience of pre-k to third grade students. I chose to pair the book with a fiction book titled "The Dinosaur's Diary" by Julia Donaldson. I chose to pair these two books together because the fiction book tells the story of a dinosaur's life and how she must find a safe place to lay her eggs. Reading this fun, informational story along with a nonfiction book about how we study dinosaurs provides students with background knowledge on the life of a dinos [...]

    4. I would have given it 5 stars if it had had something on morticians, funeral directors, or death doulas - though it gets huge props for mentioning death cafes. I absolutely wanted to be a mortician when I was a kid, and reading about the amount of business training the field can require would have been useful for me to hear at age 9 or 10.

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