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Sharks - the animal answer guide Sharks - the animal answer guide

Jul 22, 2014
Calculus for dummies Calculus for dummies

Jul 22, 2014
Art and architecture of insects Art and architecture of insects

Jul 22, 2014
The eye - a very short introduction The eye - a very short introduction

The eye is one of the most remarkable achievements of evolution, evolving up to 40 times in different parts of the animal kingdom. For humans, vision is the most important sense, and much of our brains are used to process visual information.

Jul 22, 2014
A chosen calling - Jews in science in the twentieth century A chosen calling - Jews in science in the twentieth century

Jul 22, 2014
The science book The science book

"The newest title in this successful and acclaimed series is The Science Book, an inventive visual take on astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, and physics. With eye-catching artwork, step-by-step diagrams, and illustrations that break down complicated ideas into manageable concepts, The Science Book will have readers conversant in genetic engineering, black holes, and global warming in no time. Along the way are found mini-biographies of the most well-known scientists, and a glossary of help

Jul 22, 2014
Creating science fair projects with cool new digital tools Creating science fair projects with cool new digital tools

"Readers learn how they can use digital tools to brainstorm a question, research and take notes, collaborate with teammates, record and organize data, and create presentations using multimedia."--

Jul 22, 2014
Beasts - what animals can teach us about the origins of good and evil Beasts - what animals can teach us about the origins of good and evil

There are two supreme predators on the planet with the most complex brains in nature: humans and orcas. In the twentieth century alone, one of these animals killed 200 million members of its own species, the other has killed none. The author's book begins here: there is something different about us. In his previous books the author has showed that animals can teach us much about our own emotions: love (dogs), contentment (cats), grief (elephants), among others. But animals have much to teach us

Jul 17, 2014
The double helix structure of DNA - James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, and Rosalind Franklin The double helix structure of DNA - James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, and Rosalind Franklin

Discusses the work of four scientists whose discoveries led to an understanding of DNA's structure and the way it functions.

Jul 16, 2014
Science mysteries explained Science mysteries explained

"Why do stars twinkle? Why are the eyes of hurricanes so calm? Why do some chemicals explode when combined and others don't? Why do magnets attract or repel each other? These are just a few of the compelling mysteries of science explored in this fun and fascinating guide."--back cover.

Jul 15, 2014
Rocks and minerals of the United States - quick guide Rocks and minerals of the United States - quick guide

Jul 15, 2014