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The Cheese Plate Stands Alone

Emily Buehler

A review of The Science of Cheese, by Michael H. Tunick

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Don't Try This at Home

Jorge Cham

A review of What If? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions, by Randall Munroe

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Of a Feather

Dianne Timblin

A review of Extraordinary Birds: Rare Book Selections from the American Museum of Natural History Library, by Paul Sweet, and Aviary Wonders Inc.: Spring Catalog and Instruction Manual: Renewing the World's Bird Supply Since 2031, by Kate Samworth

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A Troubling Tome

Greg Laden

A review of A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race, and Human History, by Nicholas Wade

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Have You Seen This Species?

Dianne Timblin

A review of Lost Animals: Extinction and the Photographic Record, by Errol Fuller

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Stocking Nature’s Arsenal

James G. Lewis

A review of Arming Mother Nature: The Birth of Catastrophic Environmentalism, by Jacob Darwin Hamblin

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Sex, Lies, and Misconceptions

Katie L. Burke

A review of How We Do It: The Evolution and Future of Human Reproduction, by Robert Martin

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A Vast Sea of Plastic

Katie-Leigh Corder

A review of Plastic Ahoy! Investigating the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, by Patricia Newman

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Living Color

Dianne Timblin

A review of The Secret Language of Color: Science, Nature, History, Culture, Beauty of Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, and Violet, by Joann Eckstut and Arielle Eckstut

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Around the Cosmos in 192 Pages

Corey S. Powell

A review of The Cosmic Tourist: Visit the 100 Most Awe-Inspiring Destinations in the Universe!, by Brian May, Patrick Moore, and Chris Lintott

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