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Five new science books you should read this month

Seeds, adventures, medicine, and more.

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A few books to look forward to in March.

There’s a chill in the air, storms on the horizon, and shoots of green emerging from the still frigid soil. Must be March. As you await the emergence of spring, curl up with a blanket and one of these books and roll on into warmer weather with science on your mind.

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