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X-treme X-ray: See the World Inside Out!

by Nick Veasey

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The loud graphics that intrude on every page overpower and diminish the true interest: the X-RAYS. Full pages of x-rays, undistracted, would have fascinated instead of the smaller x-ray images that disappointed. ( )
  paulsikora | Mar 16, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0545218470, Paperback)

Discover what it's like to have x-ray vision!

Step inside the world of x-rays where you can see behind walls, inside objects, and even through skin! Ever wonder what you would like? What about a laptop computer or cell phone? A spider or a fish? Each page features an x-ray photo of a person or object in nature, sports, or technology with descriptions and fun facts about the images themselves, along with a brief explanation of how x-rays work.

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A visual introduction to the world of x-rays shows the skeletons of people and creatures from the natural world as well as the insides of such everyday objects as a laptop computer and a cell-phone.

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