April 1997
New Scientist;04/12/97, Vol. 154 Issue 2077, p45
Presents a list of 10 bestselling books in science. Includes `Pigeon Poo, the Universe and Car Paint,' by Karl Kruszelnicki, `The Illustrated Brief History of Time,' by Stephen Hawking, and `About Time,' Paul Davies.


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