Kate Tubbs is a Development Coordinator for the Center for Inquiry. She graduated with a degree in two subjects (Theatre and Geography), neither of which are applicable to the job she actually landed. However, in her spare time she likes to blog about these subjects, and just about anything else under the sun that piques her interest.
Last week, as occasionally happens, a package mysteriously appeared in my mailbox at work. These packages contain books that my coworkers have requested or that publishers send to our company for review prior to their release. (They always seem to come to me by mistake.) I tore this one open and found myself holding The Magic of Reality: How We Know What's Really True by Richard Dawkins. This, his most recent book (released yesterday, as a matter of fact), is a book about evolution written for children aged ten to twelve and up. I had heard about this book for months and I couldn’t help but be excited.