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Where The Animals Go
Where The Animals Go James Cheshire, Oliver Uberti
A pioneering book that uses big data to map the movements of 50 different animals on land, sea and sky, from ants to humpback whales, bats to the great white shark.
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Collecting the World
Collecting the World James Delbourgo
A fascinating, vivid biography of the founder of the British Museum and exploration of the itch to accumulate.
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The Novacene
The Novacene James Lovelock
A new look at life on Earth by the great scientific visionary of our age.
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A History Of The World In Twelve Maps
A History Of The World In Twelve Maps Jerry Brotton
What you see depends on where - and when - you are looking from. As Jerry Brotton's enthralling book shows, maps have shaped our view of the world throughout history, and are themselves shaped by the ideas, prejudices, systems of power and creativity of their age. 
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Beyond Human Nature
Beyond Human Nature Jesse J. Prinz
This is a book about humanity's power to transcend nature; and one that, ultimately, celebrates our differences.
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Our Universe
Our Universe Jo Dunkley
Jo Dunkley combines her expertise as an astrophysicist with her talents as a teacher in this lively, exceptionally clear introduction to the structure and history of the universe and its enduring mysteries.
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In A Different Key
In A Different Key John Donvan, Caren Zucker
The astonishing story of autism as it has been discovered and felt by parents, children and doctors.
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The Righteous Mind
The Righteous Mind Jonathan Haidt
Morality binds and blinds, but this book will help you to see and understand your friends, enemies and fellow citizens as never before.
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Improbable Destinies
Improbable Destinies Jonathan Losos
A dazzling tour of evolution in action that sheds light on one of the greatest debates in science.
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How Not to be Wrong: The Hidden Maths of Everyday Life
How Not to be Wrong: The Hidden Maths of Everyday Life Jordan Ellenberg
How a little mathematics goes a long way in helping you not to be wrong.
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The Book Of Why
The Book Of Why Judea Pearl
A pioneer of artificial intelligence shows how the study of causality revolutionized science and the world.
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Manual for Survival
Manual for Survival Kate Brown
A chilling expose of the international effort to minimize the health and environmental consequences of nuclear radiation in the wake of Chernobyl.
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Wreck This Journal Everywhere
Wreck This Journal Everywhere Keri Smith
Perfect for sliding in your pocket or stuffing in your bag, Wreck This Journal Everywhere is the ideal creative companion!
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