Stephen Buss

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The Hidden Kingdom of Fungi: Exploring the Microscopic World in Our Forests, Homes, and Bodies

An excellent, intimate introduction to fungi and mycology that will appeal to general science readers and those interested in learning about our biologically interdependent world.
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The Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine

A useful, if not inspiring, work that may prove beneficial to general readers and high school students.
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Ancient Rome: Facts and Fictions

A decent attempt with a worthwhile premise, this book may be of interest to history buffs or undergraduate students, though the lengthy passages of ancient texts may prove difficult to follow for general readers.
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Gale Encyclopedia of Public Health

A worthy effort that will be helpful for general readers at public libraries, for high school students, and for early-level undergraduates. A comparable work is ABC-CLIO’s Encyclopedia of Public Health: Principles, People, Programs, which emphasizes people from the history of public health along with diseases, conditions, and our efforts to combat them.

What Public Libraries Need To Know About the Coronavirus

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Health and Medicine Through History: From Ancient Practices to 21st-Century Innovations

This inspired look at the evolution of health and medicine will appeal to the general public and undergraduate students.
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Principles of Ecology

This volume may prove of some interest to the general public or high school students but is an otherwise middling effort of substandard value to most library collections.
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Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Essential Reference Guide

A helpful addition to any reference collection; relevant for undergraduates and public library users alike.
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Infectious Diseases: In Context

A solid reference for college students or general readers seeking background information on infectious diseases.
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