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1 Page At A Time
1 Page At A Time Adam J. Kurtz
Each of the 365 prompts in this book will encourage you to draw, write, list, reflect, and share.  This book is your new best friend. 
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100 Essential Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Maths and the Arts
100 Essential Things You Didn't Know You Didn't Know About Maths and the Arts John D. Barrow
Discover the the unusual and unexpected application of maths that lies behind the arts.
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15 Million Degrees
15 Million Degrees Lucie Green
One of the world's brightest science stars explains that there's more to the Sun than meets the eye.
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2nd Grade Jumbo Math Success Workbook
2nd Grade Jumbo Math Success Workbook Sylvan Learning
3 BOOKS IN 1! This super-sized workbook is jam-packed with 320 pages of kid-friendly, teacher-reviewed exercises—perfect for kids tackling 2nd grade math.
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A Beautiful Question: Finding Nature's Deep Design
A Beautiful Question: Finding Nature's Deep Design Frank Wilczek
A Beautiful Question is a mind-expanding book combining the age-old human quest for beauty with the age-old human quest for truth.
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A Briefer History of Time
A Briefer History of Time Stephen Hawking, Leonard Mlodinow
The science classic made more accessible and more concise. Illustrated & updated with new research.
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A Child Against All Odds
A Child Against All Odds Robert Winston
The nation's leading fertility expert takes us on a controversial journey into the modern science that is shaping human reproduction.
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A Climate of Crisis: America in the Age of Environmentalism
A Climate of Crisis: America in the Age of Environmentalism Patrick Allitt
In A Climate of Crisis, he offers a provocative history of the U.S. environmental movement – from nuclear fears to antipollution protests to ozone and carbon politics – showing that great progress has been made in air and water quality, health, living standards, and life expectancy, despite exaggeration and fear-mongering from all sides that have sometimes obscured it.
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A Community of Mortals Alexandra Zelman-Doring
Inspiring, revealing, shocking – Alexandra Zelman-Doring's essay on mourning, therapeutic hypothermia and some of the greatest literature written on death.
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A Crack in Creation
A Crack in Creation Jennifer Doudna, Samuel Sternberg
The world-famous scientist behind ‘one of the most monumental discoveries in biology’ explores its devastating power to change the course of human history
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A Day In The Life Of The Brain
A Day In The Life Of The Brain Susan Greenfield
A world-renowned neuroscientist illuminates the science of consciousness by exploring a single day in the life of the brain.
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A Farewell To Ice
A Farewell To Ice Peter Wadhams
The most authoritative account yet of what is happening in the Arctic - the 'canary in the mine' of planetary change.
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A Good Parcel of English Soil: The Metropolitan Line
A Good Parcel of English Soil: The Metropolitan Line Richard Mabey
Richard Mabey grew up on the Metropolitan line, the line whose existence created a powerful symbol of the English rural myth, the 'Metro-land'.
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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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A Life Underwater
A Life Underwater Charlie Veron
A Life Underwater is the extraordinary memoir of marine biologist Charlie Veron, a maverick Australian who transformed our understanding of coral reefs.
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A Map of the Invisible
A Map of the Invisible Jon Butterworth
A breathtaking journey into the building blocks of the universe by one of the world’s leading scientists
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A Mind For Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If You Flunked Algebra)
A Mind For Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If You Flunked Algebra) BARBARA OAKLEY
In A Mind for Numbers, Dr. Oakley lets us in on the secrets to effectively learning math and science, based on insights from neuroscience and cognitive psychology.  Contrary to popular belief, math requires creative, as well as analytical, thinking. 
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