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The Biology Coloring Book | Paperback

by Robert D. Griffin (Author), Cinthea Vadala (Illustrator)

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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Collins Reference
Edition:  1stst Edition
Page Count:  256 Pages
Publication Date:  December 15, 1986
Sales Rank:  18982nd


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Product Description
Readers experience for themselves how the coloring of a carefully designed picture almost magically creates understanding. Indispensable for every biology student.


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