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Slow Death by Rubber Duck: How The Toxic Chemistry Of Every Day Life Affects Our Health
Rick Smith & Bruce Lourie
Knopf Canada, 2009, 336 pages.
Slow Death by Rubber Duck has one non-chemical ingredient that catapulted it to the top of the charts.
As the story goes, the duo behind the Chicken Soup for the Soul empire couldn’t find a publisher when they assembled their first book. But despite Chicken Soup’s winning formula – 112 million books sold in 15 years – the world of book publishing continues to be an enigma.
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