If you like science related books a good place to look is the weekly newsmagazine Science News. Their books section is a “selection of new and notable books of scientific interest”, and is mostly composed of nonfiction books. While I don’t always want book on, say for example, the life cycles of butterflies (The Life Cycles of Butterflies: From Egg to Maturity, a Visual Guide to 23 Common Garden Butterflies by Judy Burris and Wayne Richards, 7/1/06), I did think the book on yellow fever looked interesting (Yellow Fever: A Deadly Disease Poised to Kill Again by James L. Dickerson, 6/3/2006). So, if you need book ideas, check out Science News.
Happy ReadingHi! I'm Sadie and I love to read. I'm a native Chicagoan now living in Wisconsin. A physician assistant by profession, I am also newly engaged and beginning to plan a wedding! In between I try to fit in a few books.
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