Best Teen & Young Adult Biology Books

Here you will get Best Teen & Young Adult Biology Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.

1. Everything You Need to Ace Biology in One Big Fat Notebook (Big Fat Notebooks)

Author: by Workman Publishing
528 pages

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Biology?No Problem!This Big Fat Notebook covers everything you need to know during a year of high school BIOLOGY class, breaking down one big bad subject into accessible units. Including: biological classification, cell theory, photosynthesis, bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi, the human body, plant and animal reproduction, DNA & RNA, evolution, genetic engineering, the ecosystem and more.

Study better with mnemonic devices, definitions, diagrams, educational doodles, and quizzes to recap it all. Millions and millions of BIG FAT NOTEBOOKS sold!

2. Super Simple Biology: The Ultimate Bitesize Study Guide

Author: by DK

DK Children
288 pages

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A fantastic aid for coursework, homework, and studying for tests, this is the ultimate study guide to biology. From reproduction to respiration and from enzymes to ecosystems, every topic is fully illustrated to support the information, make the facts clear, and bring biology to life.

For key ideas, How it works and Look closer boxes explain the theory with the help of simple graphics. And for further studying, a handy Key facts box provides a summary you can check back on later. With clear, concise coverage of all the core biology topics, Super Simple Biology is the perfect accessible guide for students, supporting classwork, and making studying for exams the easiest it’s ever been.

3. Carson Dellosa The 100 Series: Biology Workbook—Grades 6-12 Science, Matter, Atoms, Cells, Genetics, Elements, Bonds, Classroom or Homeschool Curriculum (128 pgs)

Author: by Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Carson Dellosa Education
128 pages

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WORKBOOK FEATURES: Ages 11-18, Grades 6-12 128 pages, 8 inches x 10 inches Covers genetics, atoms, elements, compounds and bonds, and more Features self quizzes and practice pages Key word definitions and answer key included SCIENCE MATTERS: Give your students the reinforcement they need with the 128-page comprehensive Biology Workbook for grades 612.

Designed to aid in the review and practice of biology topics such as matter and atoms, cells, classifying animals, genetics, plant and animal structures, human body systems, and ecological relationships, this book includes realistic diagrams and engaging activities to support practice in all areas of biology.

AN ANYWHERE RESOURCE: This workbook is the perfect skill-building resource for both home and school! The activities in this book reinforce essential science skill practice in the areas of life science, physical science, and earth science. INCLUDES: The worksheets provided cover every area of biology, including matter and atoms, cells, classifying animals, genetics, plant and animal structures, human body systems, and ecological relationships.

4. Exploring Creation with Biology 2nd Edition, Textbook

Author: by Dr. Jay L. Wile

594 pages

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The book is in great shape with some wear and aesthetic flaws. There is some writing/highlighting in the book but it is not very much. This was used for homeschooling. Ships within 1-2 business days.

5. Holt McDougal Biology: Student Edition 2012

1120 pages

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2012 Holt McDougal Biology (H) by Stephen Nowicki *ISBN-13: 9780547586663 *984 Pages

6. Campbell Biology AP Ninth Edition (Biology, 9th Edition)

Author: by Inc. Pearson Education
1263 pages

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2011 AP Ninth edition US hardcover with CD

7. Prentice Hall: Biology

Author: by Kenneth R. Miller
Prentice Hall

‎ 1146 pages

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Prentice Hall Biology utilizes a student-friendly approach that provides a powerful framework for connecting the key concepts of biology. New BIG IDEAs help all students focus on the most important concepts. Students explore concepts through engaging narrative, frequent use of analogies, familiar examples, and clear and instructional graphics.

Now, with Success Tracker(TM) online, teachers can choose from a variety of diagnostic and benchmark tests to gauge student comprehension. Targeted remediation is available too! Whether using the text alone or in tandem with exceptional ancillaries and technology, teachers can meet the needs of every student at every learning level.

With unparalleled reading support, resources to reach every student, and a proven research-based approach, authors Kenneth Miller and Joseph Levine continue to set the standard. Prentice Hall Biology delivers: Clear, accessible writing Up-to-date content A student friendly approach A powerful framework for connecting key concepts

8. Modern Biology: Student Edition 2009


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An excellent resource for both teaching and learnings. This book explains concepts in a clear fashion which allows students to better grasp the subject matter being learnt.

9. HMH Biology: Student Edition 2017

880 pages

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Brand new copy, Ships from NY

10. Visual Learning: Biology: An illustrated guide for all ages (Barron's Visual Learning)

Author: by Helen Pilcher
Barrons Educational Series
192 pages

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Barron’s new Visual Learning series breaks down complex science concepts into clear, captivating illustrations for the visual learner! With large, colorful graphics, including maps, diagrams, and labeled illustrations and clear supporting text, Visual Learning: Biology is an invaluable resource for readers of all ages who want to learn science in an easy and engaging way.

Learn key biology topics including:CellsGeneticsMetabolismPlant and animal structure and functionHuman health and diseaseEcologyBiology in the 21st century, and much more.

11. A Dog in the Cave: The Wolves Who Made Us Human

Author: by Kay Frydenborg
March 14, 2017

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A compelling look at the origins of and the ongoing unique relationship between humans and dogs … [a] lively blend of science and history. Kirkus Reviews (starred review) We know dogs are our best animal friends, but have you ever thought about what that might mean?

Fossils show we’ve shared our work and homes with dogs for tens of thousands of years. Now there’s growing evidence that we influenced dogs’ evolutionand they, in turn, changed ours. Even more than our closest relatives, the apes, dogs are the species with whom we communicate best.

Combining history, paleontology, biology, and cutting-edge medical science, Kay Frydenborg paints a picture of how two different species became deeply entwinedand how we coevolved into the species we are today. Narrative nonfiction at its besthigh interest and engaging, with meaty interdisciplinary science exploration.

A top choice for tweens and teens. School Library Journal (starred review) This narrative blend of history and science belongs on all shelves. Booklist (starred review) A fascinating study of the ways in which a relationship with canines has been pivotal to humanity’s development …

12. Genetics: Breaking the Code of Your DNA (Inquire and Investigate)

Author: by Carla Mooney
128 pages

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Why do children resemble their parents and siblings? Introducing young readers to the fascinating world of genetics, this educational resource presents the main concepts of the science, including what a chromosome does, how DNA is structured, and how genetic inheritance works.

In Genetics: Breaking the Code of Your DNA students learn about new discoveries in the field of genetics and how those discoveries have helped to cure or even prevent certain diseases, as well as examine controversial issues in genetics such as genetically modified foods and stem cell research.

Combining inquiry-based, age-appropriate activities with biology, Genetics: Breaking the Code of Your DNA features graphic novel illustrations, fascinating sidebars, and a glossary of important vocabulary to illuminate the complex world of genetics and bring it to life. Projects include building 3D DNA double helix models, extracting DNA, using a Punnet Square to predict an offspring’s probability of inheritance, and evaluating the benefits and risks of genetically engineering a new species.


Author: by Savvas Learning Co
Savvas Learning Co
560 pages

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The respected author team of Ken Miller and Joe Levine are back with a new edition of biology books to inspire students to interact with trusted and up-to-date biology content. The authors’ unique storytelling style engages students in biology, with a greater focus on written and visual analogies.

14. The Human Body: The Facts Book for Future Doctors – Biology Books for Kids | Children's Biology Books

Author: by Baby Professor
64 pages

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It’s never too early to learn about the body! This biology book will educate your little learner on the human body – and not just the physical body parts at that! Don’t stop at head, knees, arms and toes. Teach your children about the littlest parts of the body too.

Go ahead and secure a copy of this biology book today!

15. Glencoe Life Science, Student Edition

Author: by McGraw Hill
McGraw-Hill Education
992 pages

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This book provides the range of labs, content area reading, discussion strategies, note-taking tools, and activities that provides students with multiple experiences of each Science Benchmark.

16. Very, Very, Very Dreadful: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918

Author: by Albert Marrin
208 pages

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From National Book Award finalist Albert Marrin comes a fascinating look at the history and science of the deadly 1918 flu pandemic-and its chilling and timely resemblance to the worldwide coronavirus outbreak. In spring of 1918, World War I was underway, and troops at Fort Riley, Kansas, found themselves felled by influenza.

By the summer of 1918, the second wave struck as a highly contagious and lethal epidemic and within weeks exploded into a pandemic, an illness that travels rapidly from one continent to another. It would impact the course of the war, and kill many millions more soldiers than warfare itself.

Of all diseases, the 1918 flu was by far the worst that has ever afflicted humankind; not even the Black Death of the Middle Ages comes close in terms of the number of lives it took. No war, no natural disaster, no famine has claimed so many.

In the space of eighteen months in 1918-1919, about 500 million people-one-third of the global population at the time-came down with influenza. The exact total of lives lost will never be known, but the best estimate is between 50 and 100 million. In this powerful book, filled with black and white photographs, nonfiction master Albert Marrin examines the history, science, and impact of this great scourge-and the possibility for another worldwide pandemic today.