Extreme Birds: The World’s Most Extraordinary and Bizarre Birds

Dominic Couzens

Firefly Books, 2008; 288 pages, $45.00

Waterbirds

Theodore Cross

W.W. Norton & Co., 2009; 344 pages, $100.00

Evolution: The Story of Life

Douglas Palmer, illustrated by Peter Barrett

University of California Press, 2009; 374 pages, $39.95

Endless Forms: Charles Darwin, Natural Science and the Visual Arts

edited by Diana Donald and Jane Munro

Yale University Press, 2009; 358 pages, $75.00

Moon 3-D: The Lunar Surface Comes to Life

Jim Bell

Sterling Publishing Co., 2009; 160 pages, $19.95

From Eternity to Here The Quest for the Ultimate 
Theory of Time

Sean Carroll


Dutton, 2010; 
448 pages, $26.95

Fireflies, Honey, 
and Silk

Gilbert Waldbauer, 
Illustrations by James Nardi


University of California Press, 2009; 233 pages, $25.95

Masters of the Planet, The Search for Our Human Origins

Ian Tattersall

Pargrave Macmillan, 2012, 288 pages, $26.00

Destination Mars, New Explorations of the Red Planet

Rod Pyle

Prometheus Books, 2012, 348 pages, $19.00

Visions of a Vanished World: The Extraordinary Fossils of the Hunsrück Slate

Gabriele Kühl, Christoph Bartels, Derek E.G. Briggs, and Jes Rust

Yale University Press, 2012; 128 pages, $40.00

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