Best Science Books of 2006

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What's your favorite science book of 2006? Maybe it's "The Omnivore's Dilemma," "The God Delusion," or "An Inconvenient Truth?" Join us for a round-up of the year's best science books, including books for kids. Plus, Discover magazine takes a look at the best science books of all time.

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Phillip Manning, Science Writer, Book Reviewer, The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC), San Francisco Chronicle, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chapel Hill, NC

Heather Malcomson, Editor, Science Books and Films, Washington, DC

Corey Powell, Executive Editor, Discover, New York, NY

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