The way life works

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Times Books, Oct 10, 1995 - Science - 233 pages
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tion of David Macaulay's The Way Things Work, this popular-science book--a unique collaboration between a world-renowned molecular biologist and an equally talented artist--explains how life grows, develops, reproduces, and gets by. Full color.

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User Review  - yapete - LibraryThing

Excellent and funny introduction to the modern view of life. If you want to get started on and fascinated by molecular biology, this should be the first book you should read. Funny illustrations abound and give us a fascinating glimpse at the molecular machinery of life. Read full review

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A painter, teacher and illustrator, Bert Dodson is the author of the best-selling North Light book, Keys to Drawing. He's illustrated more than 70 children's books and worked as an animation designer for the PBS series, Intimate Strangers.

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