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Uses illustrations and photographs to detail the cellular level, childbirth and fetal development, micro organisms, and common diseases of the human body. More 
Uses illustrations and photographs to detail the organs, functions, and systems of the human body. More 
Traces the history of land that is beloved and claimed by two cultures that share a common past and have been inexorably linked for centuries, based primarily on their love for, and claim to, a common homeland. More 
Examines grazers all over the Earth, how they provide vital nourishment for carnivores, and how they are valuable to humans for meat, skins, and various domestic uses. More 
Examines the science behind the greenhouse effect, identifies the human role in and response to climate change, and explores the various effects of this worldwide phenomenon. More 
Examines glaciers and sea ice to better understand why they are vital to sustaining aquatic ecosystems and regulating ocean water temperature. More 
Examines the various branches of the geological sciences, as well as the methods and instruments used by geologists to obtain accurate records of the planet's geological history. More 
This book helps unlock the mysteries of prehistory by considering available geologic evidence while providing a deep dive into the finesses of geochronology. More 
Selections include short stories, plays, essays, scientific papers, speeches, and letters. Each selection represents a primary, original, and fundamental contribution to ones understanding of the universe and themselves, and... More 
Written for children, this book introduces a variety of famous artists, from ballerinas, puppeteers, painters, poets, and sculptors, with plentiful illustrations and photographs. More 

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