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This bias has created a world of, at best, inconvenience for women—they spend 2.3 times longer in bathrooms designed for male bodies—and, at worst, threats to physical health—women are 50 percent more likely to be misdiagnosed with a heart attack. match pages can all be colored in and engaged with. The title of the book refers to photosynthesis, “[the] digestible sun fuel that we are consuming.” Sanders introduces the reader to the whimsical—but science backed—idea of plant “memory” and “learning,” alongside statistics about the rate of plant extinction. We hope you enjoy this guide and that it creates hours of fun and learning for your child.
This creative book explains how for most animals, eyes are the most important source of information about the world in a biological sense. Is it a number that grows forever?
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