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By Daniel B. Botkin, Edward A. Keller, Wiley, ©2011
Catch up with the most important issues of the environment and its study. Assess the problems from an interdisciplinary perspective and develop your own critical thoughts about what best can be done to make our planet a better place to live.
By Stuart A. Kallen, Twenty-First Century Books, ©2013
During early 1980s, a mysterious new disease called AIDS caused concern among doctors across the world. Scientists raced to isolate the cause of this new disease and battled over who discovered the AIDS virus. In 1984, American Robert Gallo and Frenchman Luc Montagnier both claimed to have isolated the AIDS virus first. Follow this riveting human tale about a bitter scientific rivalry in the race for credit of a pivotal discovery.
The Skull in the Rock : How a Scientist, a Boy, and Google Earth Opened a New Window on Human Origins
By Lee R. Berger and Marc Aronson, National Geographic, ©2012
Nine-year-old Matthew Berger, the son of paleoanthropologist Lee Berger, discovers a nearly complete skeleton of an entirely new species of early man. What started with the discovery of a clavicle bone, turned out to be a landmark in the history of human evolution. Read the details in this book that introduces young readers to evolution and inspires little fossil hunters everywhere to explore more.