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With over 225,000 copies in print, DK's Big Ideas series has struck a chord with readers fascinated-but also intimidated-by complex subjects like philosophy, psychology, politics, and religion. The newest title in this successful and acclaimed series is The…
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An essential workbook that will appeal to all students of anatomy, The Human Body Coloring Book takes an interactive approach to human anatomy that will help users learn, understand, and revisit the subject with ease. Drawing on an unparalleled library of…
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Ideal for Canadian birdwatchers and bird lovers of every age! Each of  these regional field guides are filled with page after page of  magnificent close-up photographs and helpful full-page profiles of  hundreds of commonly seen species. With an…

Natural History

by Dorling Dk

|October 4, 2010

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A landmark in reference publishing and overseen and authenticated by the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History, Natural History presents an unrivaled visual survey of Earth's natural history. Giving a clear overview of the classification…

The Planets

by Dorling Dk

|August 18, 2014

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Featuring all-new 3D models built using data gathered by NASA and the European Space Agency, The Planets is an awe-inspiring journey through the Solar System, from Earth to Mars and beyond. Viewed layer by layer, planets and other objects in the Solar System are…
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The natural world is a dynamic place and our understanding of it is forever growing and changing. Since Animal was first published in 2001, the African elephant has been reclassified into two species, a cat-sized rat has been discovered in Papua New Guinea, the…

Ocean

by Dorling Dk

|August 18, 2014

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The power and wonder of the ocean is as strong today as ever, with new expeditions to its depths, and new discoveries beneath melting ice, in developing reefs, and on shores around the world. To celebrate, we are releasing a second edition of Ocean , with the…
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Ideal for Canadian birdwatchers and bird lovers of every age! Each of   these regional field guides are filled with page after page of   magnificent close-up photographs and helpful full-page profiles of   hundreds of commonly seen…
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Encompassing everything from ancient Greek geometry and quantum physics to the wedge and the World Wide Web, Science is a remarkable reference book that tells the story of science from earliest times to the present day — now available in paperback!
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How did we develop from simple animals inhabiting small pockets of forest in Africa to the dominant species on Earth? Traveling back almost eight million years to our earliest primate relatives, Evolution: The Human Story charts the development of our species…
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Now in paperback, this definitive reference to the birds of Canada includes authoritative text and hundreds of crystal-clear full-colour photographs as well as full-page profiles of more than 500 species – all the birds known to breed and visit in Canada!…
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With an extensive catalog at its heart, Prehistoric Life profiles hundreds of fascinating species in incredible detail. The story starts in earnest 3.8 billion years ago, with the earliest-known form of life on Earth, a bacteria that still exists today, and…