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Do you know where GPS came from — or where it’s going? This “informative” read (The New York Times Book Review) explores the scientific history of a fascinating technology. “Mesmerizing and exhilarating… Extraordinary” (Financial Times).

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This New York Times bestseller thoughtfully explores the life of the common woodland snail — from its anatomy to its fascinating behavior. “Beautiful” (Booklist), with over 2,200 five-star Goodreads ratings.

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This New York Times bestseller with over 4,000 five-star Goodreads ratings takes an “utterly engrossing” look (The Washington Post) into two lethal diseases: smallpox and anthrax. “One of the most horrifying things I’ve ever read in my life” (Stephen King).

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The Universe by Collected Authors

Join some of the world’s brightest minds as they tackle the mysteries of the universe and the future of our cosmos. With essays about the nature of time, dark matter, and more from influential science writers including Brian Greene and Walter Isaacson!

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Beginning in World War II, government scientists searched for a way to defy the force of gravity. An investigative reporter chronicles the secret race for a revolutionary breakthrough in “an intriguing work of scientific speculation” (Kirkus Reviews).

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“Ingenious” (Kirkus Reviews): A New York Times bestselling author and celebrated physicist explores cutting-edge neuroscience to explain the evolution of the human mind — and the importance of elastic thinking. “A fascinating, useful look into how the brain works” (New York Times bestselling author Seth Godin).

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With his invention of the telephone, scientist Alexander Graham Bell changed history forever — but his innovations didn’t end there. Explore Bell’s personal and professional achievements in this “engaging portrait” (The Christian Science Monitor).

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