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Spiders of North America

Indispensable. Rose gives professional biologists and interested amateurs everything they need to go a-spidering.

The Mind of a Bee

The book’s bees astound; so too the clever humans who study them.

Otherlands: Journeys in Earth’s Extinct Ecosystems

Halliday’s brilliantly imaginative reconstructions, his deft marshalling of complex science, offers a thrilling experience of deep-time nature for pop-science buffs.

Turtles of the World: A Guide to Every Family

Authoritative, visually compelling, and broadly accessible, this guide will please a broad swath of readers interested in turtles.

National Geographic Photo Ark Wonders: Celebrating Diversity in the Animal Kingdom

“I want people to care,” says Sartore, “to fall in love, and to take action.” Mission accomplished. An essential purchase for most collections.

Iconotypes: A Compendium of Butterflies and Moths; Jones’ Icones Complete

A book as lovely as the creatures it depicts. There’s much here for specialists (lepidopterists; art historians) but lay readers too can savor an astonishingly beautiful “pre-industrial butterfly world.”

The Last Winter: The Scientists, Adventurers, Journeymen, and Mavericks Trying To Save the World

Fox has written an important, much-needed book about the climate crisis that injects a personal element into an abstract-seeming problem. This is popular science at its best.
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Pump: A Natural History of the Heart

An engaging, often droll look at the engine of life and the long history of efforts to understand it.
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Losing Eden: Our Fundamental Need for the Natural World—and Its Ability To Heal Body and Soul

Jones writes a lyrical account of human fascination with nature and wilderness. Like other recent works that extoll the psychological benefits of the great outdoors, Jones’s book should find an eager audience.
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