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Bartholomew's New Seed By Sara Hutchinson, Chris Hutchinson
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Bartholomew lives in a world obsessed with buying the latest and greatest new stuff. One day he visits his grandmother's house and hears a story that just might change his perspective of what really... More > is important in life.< Less
The Child's Day By Woods Hutchinson
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Make the skin look pink. The skin, you see, is made up of different layers. When you burn yourself, you can see a layer of skin stand out like a blister. It is white; but if the blister is broken,... More > underneath you see the coat that is full of tiny blood vessels, so tiny and so close together that this whole coat looks red. The skin, like every other part of the body, is made up of tiny animal cells. In the outer coat they become quite flat like little scales and then wear off; and their places are taken by the newer cells that are growing from beneath.< Less
My Babysitter By Josephine Hutchinson
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A day with the babysitter, playing dinosaurs, instruments, and making crafts.
A handbook of health By Woods Hutchinson
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Looking upon the human body from the physical point of view as the most perfect, most ingeniously economical, and most beautiful of living machines, the author has attempted to write a little... More > handbook of practical instruction for the running of it.< Less
A handbook of health By Woods Hutchinson
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Looking upon the human body from the physical point of view as the most perfect, most ingeniously economical, and most beautiful of living machines, the author has attempted to write a little... More > handbook of practical instruction for the running of it.< Less
The Child's Day By Woods Hutchinson
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The Child's Day was published in 1912 by Woods Hutchinson. was an English physician, born at Selby, Yorkshire, England. He graduated from Penn College, Oskaloosa, Iowa, in 1880 and received his... More > medical degree from the University of Michigan four years later.< Less
And On The 7th Day By Stephen Hutchinson
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When the goons come knocking,looking for her brother, Marie and her husband Caleb are given seven days to get him home. Problem is... nobody knows where on earth Carl is. What has Carl gotten... More > himself into this time and are Marie and Caleb gonna be able to find him. And on the 7th day who will be left standing? "And on the 7th day is the 2nd novel from Stephen Hutchinson the first being "Lives Apart"< Less
Monopolizing Knowledge By Ian Hutchinson
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Can real knowledge be found other than by science? In this unique approach to understanding today's culture wars, an MIT physicist answers emphatically yes. He shows how scientism --- the view that... More > science is all the knowledge there is --- suffocates reason as well as religion. Tracing the history of scientism and its frequent confusion with science, Hutchinson explains what makes modern science so persuasive and powerful, but restricts its scope. Recognizing science's limitations, and properly identifying what we call nature, liberates both science and non-scientific knowledge.< Less
Monopolizing Knowledge: A Scientist Refutes Religion-Denying, Reason-Destroying Scientism By Ian Hutchinson
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Can real knowledge be found other than by science? In this unique approach to understanding today's culture wars, an MIT physicist answers emphatically yes. He shows how scientism --- the view that... More > science is all the knowledge there is --- suffocates reason as well as religion. Tracing the history of scientism and its frequent confusion with science, Hutchinson explains what makes modern science so persuasive and powerful, but restricts its scope. Recognizing science's limitations, and properly identifying what we call nature, liberates both science and non-scientific knowledge.< Less