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A really short history of nearly everything
Bill Bryson
Children's Fiction Q125 .B79 2008

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Do you think science is boring or fascinating? Then this is the book for you. Is the earth bugling? Why is Pluto a dwarf planet? Who is Lucy? Does time have shape? How many cells are in a human body? With humor and an easy style, the author guides the reader through a history of scientific discoveries and ideas. The most devoted science wiz will marvel at the depth of this book while others will enjoy understanding a little bit more about the complexity of our universe.
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