Posted by: ccclib | June 22, 2011

New Credo Reference Titles

From the Reference department:

Credo’s General Reference collection continues to grow each month and now has over 535 titles. The following well-regarded titles were recently added:

The Brain Book: An illustrated guide to its structure, function and disorders, Dorling Kindersley Publishing

 Encyclopedia of Archaeology, Elsevier Science & Technology

The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, Princeton University Press

 

Featured General Reference Title of the Month

The Brain Book: An illustrated guide to its structure, function and disorders, Dorling Kindersley Publishing

 

The brain is the most complex organ in the body and is probably the most complex system known to Humankind. Our brain contains billions of neurons that are constantly sending signals to each other, and it is this signaling that creates our minds. With the help of modern scanning technology, We now know about brain structure in great detail.

The Human Brain Book is a complete guide to the one organ in the body that makes each of us what we are – unique individuals.

 

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