Thanks for the Puff Merv. The page for linking to the whole book is here.
The "catchy title" bit is ch5, which was where the project started, showing that the idea that the cosmos itself was "taken out" by the fall of man was not the mainstream view of Christianity for many centuries, but a relatively recent idea. Animals death had always been assumed - it was death for humans that was thr fruit of the Fall, as George says by reference to the tree of life.
But I'm not sure if that chapter is the best answer to Emily's question. Emily, the earlier chapters deal with what think the biblical evidence actually shows, so you might want to plow through them first - the whole book isn't a tome, by any means.
Merv's link, and the following posts, add some "post publication considerations" if anyone's interested.