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Who Would Win?: Fiercest Feuds
Who Would Win?: Fiercest Feuds

Pallotta, Jerry; Bolster, Rob

Ten fierce animals battle it out in this exciting bind-up featuring five books in this action-packed animal series!

Which dangerous animals would win in a fight? Find out in this awesome bind-up of five books in the popular Who Would Win? series. The collection features...

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All We Can Save
All We Can Save

Ayana Elizabeth Johnson

NATIONAL BESTSELLER • Provocative and illuminating essays from women at the forefront of the climate movement who are harnessing truth, courage, and solutions to lead humanity forward.“A powerful read that fills one with, dare I say . . . hope?”—The New York Times   NAMED ONE OF THE BEST...
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How to Lead
How to Lead

David M. Rubenstein

The New York Times Bestseller #1 Wall Street Journal Bestseller The essential leadership playbook. Learn the principles and guiding philosophies of Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Warren Buffett, Oprah Winfrey, and many others through illuminating conversations about their...
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Homo Deus
Homo Deus

Yuval Noah Harari

Official U.S. edition with full color illustrations throughout.NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Yuval Noah Harari, author of the critically-acclaimed New York Times bestseller and international phenomenon Sapiens, returns with an equally original, compelling, and provocative book, turning his focus...
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50 sujets de société de notre temps
50 sujets de société de notre temps

Maurice Marquès

Cet ouvrage regroupe cinquante sujets de société qui ont fait l'objet de commentaires de tous types. Ces sujets pourraient être classés par thèmes, à savoir : la vie courante, la justice et les sanctions, la sécurité sociale et la santé, l'école et l'Éducation nationale, autour...
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The Culture of Nature
The Culture of Nature

Alexander Wilson

Since it was first published in 1991, few books have come close to capturing the depth and breadth of Alexander Wilson's innovative ecocultural compendium The Culture of Nature. His work was one of the first of its kind to investigate the ideology of the environment, to critique the future...
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Valoración Patrimonial del Parque-Monumento, Trujillo, Colombia:
Valoración Patrimonial del Parque-Monumento, Trujillo, Colombia:

Edward Aurelio Garzón Ochoa

Este libro es un recorrido por las tensiones y los debates que suscita el Parque-Monumento en Trujillo, Colombia. Al iniciar el camino, se evidenciará cómo en una sociedad dividida por la violencia no es posible visualizar el pasado desde una sola perspectiva, explicando por qué casi...
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Direct Action
Direct Action

Ann Hansen

Ann Hansen stood trial as one of the so-called "Squamish Five." Sentenced to life in prison, she served seven years. Now she tells her story for the first time. Direct Action captures the excitement and indignation of the counterculture of the early '80s. Missile tests were fuelling...
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Blood, Powder, and Residue
Blood, Powder, and Residue

Beth A. Bechky

A rare behind-the-scenes look at the work of forensic scientists The findings of forensic science-from DNA profiles and chemical identifications of illegal drugs to comparisons of bullets, fingerprints, and shoeprints-are widely used in police investigations and courtroom proceedings....
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What Is a Bird?
What Is a Bird?

Various Authors

A large-format, beautifully illustrated look at the natural history of birds There are some 10,000 bird species in existence today, occupying every continent and virtually every habitat on Earth. The variety of bird species is truly astounding, from the tiny bee hummingbird to the large...
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The Hidden Curriculum
The Hidden Curriculum

Rachel Gable

A revealing look at the experiences of first generation students on elite campuses and the hidden curriculum they must master in order to succeed College has long been viewed as an opportunity for advancement and mobility for talented students regardless of background. Yet for first generation...
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Assembling the Dinosaur
Assembling the Dinosaur

Lukas Rieppel

A lively account of the dinosaur's role in Gilded Age America, examining the connection between business, paleontology, and museums. Although dinosaur fossils were first found in England, a series of dramatic discoveries during the late 1800s turned North America into a world center...
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A Great and Monstrous Thing
A Great and Monstrous Thing

Jerry White

This "magisterial history of London" explores the rapidly changing culture and commerce of the eighteenth century in "a book that hums with vitality" (Times Literary Supplement, UK). London in the eighteenth century was a new city, risen from the ashes of the Great Fire of 1666. The century...
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Biology Is Technology
Biology Is Technology

Robert H. Carlson

"Essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand the current state of biotechnology and the opportunities and dangers it may create." -American Scientist Technology is a process and a body of knowledge as much as a collection of artifacts. Biology is no different-and we are just...
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