Wade Lee-Smith

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The Network of Life: A New View of Evolution

A perspective-shifting reconceptualization of evolution for science enthusiasts who want to keep up with current biomedical and environmental scientific theories.
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Sloth

This compact volume nicely covers the past, present, and future of sloths for readers who have fallen in love with them based on popular culture depictions.
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The Story of Earth’s Climate in 25 Discoveries: How Scientists Found the Connections Between Climate and Life

Adult readers seeking grounded scientific arguments about current climate change will appreciate this big-picture view of the history of Earth’s ecosystems and how present circumstances may herald another tipping point.
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Spin: How the World (and Almost Everything in It) Turns

An accessible and rewarding exploration of the physics of circular motion in everyday life.
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Curious Species: How Animals Made Natural History

Historians and biologists will enjoy this thoughtful history of how the animal kingdom was mapped out and how people are still discovering their place within it.
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Grizzly Bear Science and the Art of a Wilderness Life: Forty Years of Research in the Flathead Valley

Wildlife enthusiasts will get a front-row seat to the adventure and science of studying grizzly bears, while learning a great deal along the way.
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Return of the Bison: A Story of Survival, Restoration, and a Wilder World

A cautiously optimistic tale of recovery for historians and a call to action for nature lovers.
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The Hidden History of Code Breaking: The Secret World of Cyphers, Uncrackable Codes, and Elusive Encryptions

An accessible history of decryption with elements that will appeal to casual history buffs and solvers of word puzzles.
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The Power of Trees: How Ancient Forests Can Save Us if We Let Them

This book inspires wonderment at the resiliency of forests facing climate change, while taking a critical look at how even the best of environmental intentions may have long-lasting negative consequences.
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