The Incredible Machine

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Robert M. Poole
National Geographic Society, Mar 1, 1995 - Science - 384 pages
More than four hundred photographs provide a journey inside the human body to explore the mysteries of human anatomy and physiology, from the development of a fetus to white cells devouring invading bacteria

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I enjoyed this book because although the wording had some technical terminology in it the book explained it to me and as for the rest of the wording it was easy to understand and the pictures help you understand what part of the body they are focusing on. Read full review

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Lewis Thomas M
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Beginning the Journey
13
Susan Schiefelbein
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Robert M. Poole retired as Executive Editor of National Geographic in 2001 after a twenty-one-year career as a writer and editor there. In addition to his work for National Geographic, Poole has contributed articles to The New York Times, The Washington Post, Congressional Quarterly, Preservation, and Fly Fisherman. Before joining the National Geographic staff in 1980, he was a newspaper correspondent specializing in national politics and the environment. He is a former fellow at the Washington Journalism Center. He lives near Scrabble, Virginia.

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