The Bacteria Book: Gross Germs, Vile Viruses and Funky Fungi

Publisher: DK

Review

Ever wondered what the difference is between a bacteria and virus? Want to know what happens inside your body when you catch a cold? What are the weirdest bacteria?

Steve Mould explains what bacteria, microbes and viruses are and where to find them. From the microbe rainbow to how tulips can be two-toned, Mould includes all you could possibly want to know about the things that are too small to see with the naked eye.

Perfect for fans of the Horrible Science series, this colourful book is full of weird and wonderful facts that will release the science enthusiast inside you. Complete with a glossary and a timeline of microbiology, this book will enhance learning both inside and outside of the classroom. If you have a budding microbiologist in your life and they are fascinated by a mouldy loaf of bread, then this is the book for them!

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