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Reader's Digest How in the World? (1990)

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How some things happen or are made.
  austinwood | Sep 19, 2009 |
This is a great book for anyone who's curious about the world around them and the science behind it. Not just a reference book or an encyclopedia, but well-written and informative and interesting. ( )
  jaimelesmaths | Feb 24, 2007 |
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The world is full of miracles.
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Learn how recycling works; masterpieces are restored; the Great Pyramid was built; Mount Rushmore was carved; handwriting experts catch criminals; a rabbit is pulled from a hat. This fascinating reference includes 425 explanations.
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This book answers questions with easy-to-grasp explanations of the basic principles behind today's technological wonders.

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