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Clarifying Climate Change

Catherine Clabby

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Evolutionary Pioneers

Flora Taylor

A brief review of David Attenborough's Life in Cold Blood

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Short takes on three books

Anna Lena Phillips, Emily Buehler, Fenella Saunders

Storming the Gates of Paradise • Crime Scene Chemistry for the Armchair Sleuth • Banana

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DIY Science

David Schneider, Kristen Greenaway, Dane Summers

Short takes on three how-to books: Eccentric CubicleStomp Rockets, Catapults, and KaleidoscopesAmazing Rubber Band Cars. Sometimes the best way to understand science is to make something by hand. These three books offer a variety of projects for adults and young people to try

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Short takes on three books

David Schneider, Anna Lena Phillips, Greg Ross

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The Flowering of a Naturalist

Anna Lena Phillips

A brief review of Chrysalis: Maria Sibylla Merian and the Secrets of Metamorphosis, by Kim Todd. An imaginative account of Merian's travels, life and work

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