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A Sheep Named Dolly
  • Author: Rafael Rodríguez Calcaño
  • Illustrated by: María Isabel Mas
  • Graphic Design: Elena Terife, Natalie Flores
  • Category: Informative, Literature
  • Category: Science

Do children know what cloning is? Perhaps not; but they do know Dolly, the first living being to be cloned. Through her, the book goes over the existing laws and regulations concerning heritage, cells, DNA, and probe babies. It also addresses the reasons why this is such a controversial topic.

This series provides an overview of ground-breaking, revolutionary scientific and technological notions; discoveries, inventions and scientists that have brought about a turnaround in the history of humankind, and their connection with daily life.

    • Front cover: 
    • Cardboard 2mm
    • Lined with coated paper
    • Grammage: 150 gsm
    • Ink: 4×0
    • Finish: mate laminate
    • Format: vertical
    • Spine: square


    • Body:
    • Paper: glossy mate
    • Basis weight / Grammage: 150 gsm
    • Ink: 4×4
    • Number of pages: 32 with folio
    • Interior size (W x H): 7.48 x 9.45 in (19 x 24 cm)
    • Total number of pages: 34
    • Page spread: 2 center pages
    • Binding: Hardcover. Thread-sewn
    • Other specifications: No dust jacket. No flap


    • ISBN 9806573048
    • Photon Series
    • Free rights for all countries and languages