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Microscopic Monsters And Deadly Diseases (Horrible Science)

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In "Microscopic Monsters" readers discover what makes our guts a brilliant home for bacteria, and children will love the gruesomely fact-packed "Deadly Diseases". With fantastic fact files and quirky quizzes, teacher tests and crazy cartoons, this terrible twosome has been revamped and is bubbling over with info! Science has never been so horrible!
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published September 17th 2004 by Hippo
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Celia
Jan 09, 2012 Celia rated it it was amazing
The book i have read is a bit different because it is just called DEADLY DISEASES, though i still want to write about it because it is worth reading.
I chose this book especially because i would like to be a doctor when i grow up. So, i wanted to know what it was all about. When i read this book i was laughing so much because of it's humour.
I also chose this book to read because i love the HORRIBLE HISTORIES series. They may sound weird but you can actually learn a lot from them. This book is ve
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Nov 02, 2011 Merzo rated it it was amazing
I got this book because I like the "horrible" collections. When I eventually laid my eyes upon the first page i was freshly reminded of the quirky jokes and fascinating appeal it has to my knowledge.
Through the book there are facts and time lines written in a way to appeal mainly to 8-14 year olds with puns and various other techniques to to make you at least smirk.
The book talks about diseases such as cholera and their discoverers in fact they even do a little "interview” with the disease.
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Nick Arnold is the author of the award winning series, Horrible Science and Wild Lives. Arnold's first published works appeared as a result of a project he was working on at the University of North London, when he was trying to teach young children. A positive review was written about him, and he started to write the "Horrible Science" books. His books are illustrated by Tony De Saulles.
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