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review 2019-03-07 18:27
The Consolations of Physics
The Consolations of Physics: Why the Wonders of the Universe Can Make You Happy - Tim Radford

Clearly an introduction to physics and astronomy, and not something more developed in that regard. But that's not the point of this book. This book is a love letter to science. And that's where it shines.

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url 2019-01-24 07:21
American Southwest Art, Photography and More - Thomas Dodge's Great Southwest

At American Southwest, we provide some of the most amazing landscapes on the planet.  Its range of landforms offers an ever-changing display of incredible photography prospects. So, as many photographers through history have shown, American Southwest photography is a favorite. Get check it out!


Read more: American Southwest Art, Photography and More

Source: thomasdodgesgreatsouthwest.wordpress.com/2019/01/23/american-southwest-art-photography-and-more
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url 2019-01-24 05:37
Great Southwest Natural Wonders & Culture Blog - Dodge Southwest

If you are a photographer coming to the region then, here America’s great Southwest is world renowned for its history, culture blog, and landscape. For 40 years, I’ve traveled the world photographing and writing for media, commercial and fine arts clients. Contact us!

Source: tdsouthwest.com/welcome-to-thomas-dodges-great-southwest
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review 2019-01-14 23:03
We're All Wonders - R.J. Palacio
Un libro illustrato per ragazzi con un bel messaggio di fondo. Nulla di troppo complesso, ammetto che mi sarei aspettata qualcosina in più, ma comunque consigliato per i più piccoli
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review 2018-12-14 23:32
Review of Year of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks
Year of Wonders - Geraldine Brooks

Geraldine Brooks is one of my favorite authors.  Her writing is beautiful and her ability to put the reader in the past is second to none.  This story follows a main character - Anna - and her village as they deal with the Plague.  This is not a happy story, and my only criticism would be that it is too dark throughout, but you can certainly feel the despair and misery that these people would have faced during the epidemic.  Highly recommended.

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