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The Golden Twine by Jo Rioux
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Humbug Witch by Lorna Balian
The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson
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Kosher Nation by Sue Fishkoff
Magic by the Lake by Edward Eager
Mog's Christmas by Judith Kerr
Murder under Cover by Kate Carlisle
My Little Round House by Bolormaa Baasansuren
Reading a Japanese Film: Cinema in Context by Keiko I. McDonald
The Rise of Aurora West by Paul Pope
Scored by Lauren McLaughlin
Sea Change by Aimee Friedman
Shopaholic Takes Manhattan by Sophie Kinsella
Skippyjon Jones by Judy Schachner
Teacher by Sylvia Ashton-Warner
Tomboy: A Graphic Memoir by Liz Prince
Xander's Panda Party by Linda Sue Park
Zoobiquity by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz

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Comments for Zoobiquity

Zoobiquity: 01/30/15

cover artThere's a divide in medicine that separates veterinary and human medicine. Zoobiquity by Barbara Matterson-Horrowitz looks at some of the lessons human doctors have learned from veterinary medicine.

Each chapter covers a different medical topic that ties a veterinary lesson and its application to human medicine. The repeated lesson is that both medical sciences do benefit when there is collaboration between the two.

But there's still reluctance to collaborate, or just an outright blindness to similar work being done in the other field.

 

 

Three stars

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