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"Day 14: I found more droppings today – six washers and three lug nuts in all. And this time, I think they’re fresh!”   This detailed illustrated journal from the perspective of a scientist investigating a population of otherworldly, feral robots feels like a fabulous film prop.

"Day 14: I found more droppings today – six washers and three lug nuts in all. And this time, I think they’re fresh!” This detailed illustrated journal from the perspective of a scientist investigating a population of otherworldly, feral robots feels like a fabulous film prop.

Same reason why the original Star Wars movies were WAAAAY better than the prequel trilogy. They actually made things, props, animatronics. Stuff you could touch and look at and interact with. Actually seeing a giant T-rex staring at you is nothing like staring at a cardboard cutout or a tennis ball on a stick.

Why the original Jurassic Park didn't suck.

Same reason why the original Star Wars movies were WAAAAY better than the prequel trilogy. They actually made things, props, animatronics. Stuff you could touch and look at and interact with. Actually seeing a giant T-rex staring at you is nothing like staring at a cardboard cutout or a tennis ball on a stick.

A book that celebrates the beauty of "the greatest home computer ever made": the Commodore 64.

A book that celebrates the beauty of "the greatest home computer ever made": the Commodore 64.

Australia’s favorite rescue animal advocate, Pikelet Butterwiggle Stoll, is getting his very own, very heartwarming photobook.

Australia’s favorite rescue animal advocate, Pikelet Butterwiggle Stoll, is getting his very own, very heartwarming photobook.

Artist Scott Teplin has packed his wildly detailed new coloring book, Big School, with school-themed puns, visual Easter eggs, and pink donuts.

Artist Scott Teplin has packed his wildly detailed new coloring book, Big School, with school-themed puns, visual Easter eggs, and pink donuts.

A new series of books highlights the significant contributions of women in science. Its creators want to inspire young readers to experiment, ask questions, and stay curious.

A new series of books highlights the significant contributions of women in science. Its creators want to inspire young readers to experiment, ask questions, and stay curious.

Equipment stolen by monkeys, shoes melted by hot lava, accidentally glued to a crocodile — when scientific research goes awry, you've got a fieldwork fail.

Equipment stolen by monkeys, shoes melted by hot lava, accidentally glued to a crocodile — when scientific research goes awry, you've got a fieldwork fail.

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