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Published April, 2017
By Jo Bailey-Merritt
Publisher: Corgi Books
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When Sam Bailey-Merritt was just two years old, he was diagnosed with autism. When the family went on a day trip to a nearby miniature pig farm, Sam immediately bonded with a tiny ginger piglet called Chester. Chester has turned Sam's life around. This is a story of how a ginger pig helped to transform the life of a boy with autism.

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Published July, 2013
By Jesse Bering
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Why do testicles hang the way they do? Is there an adaptive function to the female orgasm? What does it feel like to want to kill yourself? Does 'free will' really exist? And why is the penis shaped like that anyway? This title deals with these questions.

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Published February, 2013
By Paul J. Zak
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Why are men less faithful than women? Why are some people altruists and others cold-hearted bastards? Why do some businesses succeed while others collapse? This book uses neuroscience and the fundamentals of economics to answer these questions about human nature and explore exactly what 'goodness' is.

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Published July, 2012
By Imogen Edwards-Jones
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Offers an insightful expose of the extraordinary world of modern medicine. This title takes the reader on a journey through the various departments and wards where babies are made, thighs are reduced, noses straightened and spare kidneys are flown in from the Indian subcontinent.

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Published August, 2010
By Hilary Jones
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For the author, the question 'What's up doc?' has been asked of him ever since he qualified as a doctor at the Royal Free hospital in London over thirty years ago. As a junior medic patients used to ask him 'What's up?' when he prodded their bellies for signs of appendicitis.

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