intelligent and charmingly strips away the veil of ignorance that too long has separated the student from the molecules that make possible life -- James D. Watson, Nobel Laureate
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This book is amazing! The analogies are super and art is beautiful! Great intro to life sciences.Published 11 months ago by butterflywish
My homeschool daughter uses it for her science text book. Wish they had more in the series.Published 20 months ago by momof2kids
This is a fabulous book on biology! It's perfect for my very visual learner.Published 22 months ago by Beth H.
Love this book. use it for short reading assignments in my living environment classroom! item came as described and was shipped quickly.Published on June 11, 2014 by Cbone
I really enjoyed the way this book looks at the interconnectiveness of biology instead of the discreet parts approach that we are used to seeingPublished on May 16, 2014 by Mike Szczepanik
One of the true masterpieces of scientific writing.
Hoagland's (co-discoverer of transfer RNA, professor of microbiology) work is an example of research as disciplined... Read more
I got this book when it first came out, back in 1997 or 1998 and, since then, the publishing company has switched covers to one that just looks like boring garbage. Read morePublished on February 27, 2014 by Ronnie Gonzalez
An outstanding book on biology that is personalized by the cartoon characters therein giving a solid human dimension in a subject that is extraordinarily abstractPublished on June 7, 2013 by Jack Peirce