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Have you ever seen a germ up close? Really, really close? Award-winning science writer Sara Levine introduces readers to a variety of viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi that can make people sick—including SARS-CoV-2, E. coli, and ringworm. Micrographs and illustrations show extremely close-up views of the germs that are at once incredible and a little gross. The book co Have you ever seen a germ up close? Really, really close? Award-winning science writer Sara Levine introduces readers to a variety of viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi that can make people sick—including SARS-CoV-2, E. coli, and ringworm. Micrographs and illustrations show extremely close-up views of the germs that are at once incredible and a little gross. The book concludes with tips for staying healthy as well as information about the immune system, vaccines, and medicines. It gives readers accessible, up-to-date scientific information presented in a way that emphasizes curiosity rather than fear.


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Have you ever seen a germ up close? Really, really close? Award-winning science writer Sara Levine introduces readers to a variety of viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi that can make people sick—including SARS-CoV-2, E. coli, and ringworm. Micrographs and illustrations show extremely close-up views of the germs that are at once incredible and a little gross. The book co Have you ever seen a germ up close? Really, really close? Award-winning science writer Sara Levine introduces readers to a variety of viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi that can make people sick—including SARS-CoV-2, E. coli, and ringworm. Micrographs and illustrations show extremely close-up views of the germs that are at once incredible and a little gross. The book concludes with tips for staying healthy as well as information about the immune system, vaccines, and medicines. It gives readers accessible, up-to-date scientific information presented in a way that emphasizes curiosity rather than fear.

46 review for Germs Up Close

  1. 5 out of 5

    RoshReviews

    This is a wonderful book for younger kids to get acquainted with all those microscopic creatures that can't be seen with the naked eye: viruses, bacteria, protozoa and fungi. The information about each is comprehensive, right up to pronunciation guides to visual recognition clues. The accompanying illustrations are wonderful in their clarity and scope. I might be the only weirdo who actually looked at all those images of creepy organisms and went "How cute!!" But that's how adorable the pictures This is a wonderful book for younger kids to get acquainted with all those microscopic creatures that can't be seen with the naked eye: viruses, bacteria, protozoa and fungi. The information about each is comprehensive, right up to pronunciation guides to visual recognition clues. The accompanying illustrations are wonderful in their clarity and scope. I might be the only weirdo who actually looked at all those images of creepy organisms and went "How cute!!" But that's how adorable the pictures were! :D A perfect complement to the information provided. The information is presented in as simple a manner as possible for such a topic. but of course, in spite of its being a simple hardbound picture book, I doubt much of the information will be understandable to really young readers. Slightly older children, however, could find this fascinating. I'm giving this book 4 stars only because of the age-content mismatch. By itself, the book content and illustrations well deserve a 5 star rating. I received an advance review copy of the book from NetGalley, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. ********************** Join me on the Facebook group, Readers Forever! , for more reviews, book-related discussions and fun.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This book is being published at the perfect time. While the world is still figuring out how to function during the COVID-19 pandemic, this book explains everything from germs to how to stay healthy in terms that children can understand. A lot of misinformation has been spread about COVID-19 over the past year, so this book would honestly be a great way to help adults understand the difference between the flu and coronavirus, too. The inclusion of micrographs depicting different bacteria, protozo This book is being published at the perfect time. While the world is still figuring out how to function during the COVID-19 pandemic, this book explains everything from germs to how to stay healthy in terms that children can understand. A lot of misinformation has been spread about COVID-19 over the past year, so this book would honestly be a great way to help adults understand the difference between the flu and coronavirus, too. The inclusion of micrographs depicting different bacteria, protozoa, fungi, and viruses makes for a very colorful and interesting read. Personally, I had no idea that tooth cavities were caused by bacteria. We all are familiar with sugar causing cavities, but how many of us are aware that it's actually the acid excreted by strep bacteria while they eat that sugar that burns holes into our teeth? I've had a lot of cavities but have never had strep throat, despite being exposed many times, so I find myself wanting to investigate this further thanks to this book. The only question I have for the author is why some germs are explained in great detail, while others are simply labeled on the micrograph. For instance, salmonella is a very well-known bacterium (being the reason why we are very cautious with raw chicken), but it simply labeled and not described. Of course, the author cannot be expected to cover every bacterium, but if it's labeled in the book, it could be explained to some degree. Overall, this book is very informative and will hopefully provide many children with a greater understanding of germs and how to prevent their transmission. I received a digital ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to NetGalley and Millbrook Press.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alejandra

    So this is literally a picture book about germs... and I had so much fun reading it lol. Thanks to the author for providing how to pronounce these science terms. Also, there's a list of "germy jobs" at the end that includes epidemiologists, imagine if I knew what that was when I was little... I feel seen 😭the color schemes kind of make me think of a middle school textbook but I kind of liked that about it too haha. What I liked about this book: - It's organized in a way that talks about bacteria, So this is literally a picture book about germs... and I had so much fun reading it lol. Thanks to the author for providing how to pronounce these science terms. Also, there's a list of "germy jobs" at the end that includes epidemiologists, imagine if I knew what that was when I was little... I feel seen 😭the color schemes kind of make me think of a middle school textbook but I kind of liked that about it too haha. What I liked about this book: - It's organized in a way that talks about bacteria, protozoa, fungi, and viruses - It gives examples with pronunciations, pictures, other names (eg streptococcus aka strep), the diseases it causes, and "more to know". Shout out to Netgalley for providing me with an arc

  4. 5 out of 5

    Violeta

    Digital ARC provided by Netgalley I was impressed by the quality of the microphotography when explaining each germ. This is a very useful book not only for kids but as well for adults who want to see better and start educating themselves about germs in general. The pictures are accompanied by short descriptions and examples just enough to make you curious and wanting to know more. At the end of the short book one can find a short glossary of the terms used during the explanations as well as a lis Digital ARC provided by Netgalley I was impressed by the quality of the microphotography when explaining each germ. This is a very useful book not only for kids but as well for adults who want to see better and start educating themselves about germs in general. The pictures are accompanied by short descriptions and examples just enough to make you curious and wanting to know more. At the end of the short book one can find a short glossary of the terms used during the explanations as well as a list of “germy jobs” like immunologist, microbiologist, parasitologist etc.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Q

    Germs up close really does show you some interesting pictures of germs. It explains the types of germs and what illnesses they cause. This is a great book if you are learning about germs and health in school or even cells. I would have recommended this to every science teacher and parent out there but sadly I can not. I saw that toward the end of this book there was a real push for vaccines and it does have the Covid-19 virus in here. I think that is where it lost me. I do not get a flu shot every Germs up close really does show you some interesting pictures of germs. It explains the types of germs and what illnesses they cause. This is a great book if you are learning about germs and health in school or even cells. I would have recommended this to every science teacher and parent out there but sadly I can not. I saw that toward the end of this book there was a real push for vaccines and it does have the Covid-19 virus in here. I think that is where it lost me. I do not get a flu shot every year either which is mentioned. Then, there was then mention of masks to help the spread. That is not science. The science is that those masks are not going to work because the viruses are so small they can go through your mask and unless you have a properly sealed N95 or better mask then they won’t do you any good. Then, if those are not fitted properly they are useless as well. That is why they have fit test and even with those, not everyone will be fitted properly. I think there could have been a mention of stay home when you are sick so that you do not get others sick. So many parents take their children to school, stores, parks,Chuck E. Cheese when they are sick. They use the excuse that they take them to school because everyone else lets their child. If everyone would stop spending their child, regardless of the next parents decision, then their child wouldn’t be passing it on to other children they come in contact with every day and hopefully won’t have it again the week after they get over it. While there was mention of coughing into your arm to keep others from getting sick, there was a picture of two children bumping elbows instead of shaking hand but when you coughed into your arm I’m sure your elbow area was contaminated. Anyway, that is enough of my rant. Overall I would give this book three stars. I would have given it 5 and am sad to say I can’t now. I want to thank NetGalley and Millbrook Press for providing me this eARC in exchange for an honest review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emma Katherine

    In short, "Germs Up Close" is an easy-to-read introduction to germs. In long, "Germs Up Close" is a visual and understandable guide to the difference between pathogens, their functions, origins, and symptoms of their nature in humans. No matter your age, learning about diseases and how to combat them is crucial. This is the perfect book to pick up if you're only interested in the basics! However, "Germs Up Close" does provide readers with a pathway into deeper aspects of the field, encouraging yo In short, "Germs Up Close" is an easy-to-read introduction to germs. In long, "Germs Up Close" is a visual and understandable guide to the difference between pathogens, their functions, origins, and symptoms of their nature in humans. No matter your age, learning about diseases and how to combat them is crucial. This is the perfect book to pick up if you're only interested in the basics! However, "Germs Up Close" does provide readers with a pathway into deeper aspects of the field, encouraging young scientists to ask questions such as, "Where did all these different germs come from?" and "Why do antibiotics only work on some bacteria?" Your child will open the cover with a plan to point at funny-looking germs and close the book with a passion for science. This up-to-date and scientifically accurate book is, in my opinion, perfect for classrooms and bedtime reads! That said, I have one complaint about the accuracy! "Germs" is not the correct term; "pathogens" better describes the contents of this book. "Germs" is a simplification and it does not affect the information given, but it should be noted that this book is about the building blocks of pathology. Per FTC regulations, please know that I received this title for free for review from the original author, the publisher, publicist, or a third party. I am honest in my reviews, meaning the fact I received the book for free does not alter the rating I give it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    bohemianrhapsodyreads

    Sara Levine is an award winning science writer who wrote this book, “Germs Up Close.” The book divides the germs into four categories: viruses, fungi, protozoa, and bacteria. Since this book is considered a children’s non-fiction science book, the pictures are extra big and easy to see. The words are written in a way that it is easy to understand. I personally loved seeing how the coronavirus looks like. I recommend that everyone reads this book. I have never read a more clear, fun, beautifully Sara Levine is an award winning science writer who wrote this book, “Germs Up Close.” The book divides the germs into four categories: viruses, fungi, protozoa, and bacteria. Since this book is considered a children’s non-fiction science book, the pictures are extra big and easy to see. The words are written in a way that it is easy to understand. I personally loved seeing how the coronavirus looks like. I recommend that everyone reads this book. I have never read a more clear, fun, beautifully illustrated science book about germs for kids to learn in the easiest way possible!! Grab yourself a copy ASAP! Also, wash your hands! The publishing date of this book is April 6, 2021. Thank you so much to @netgalley and the publishers Lerner/Millbrook for letting me have an early look at this once in a lifetime book in exchange for an honest review. I will be sure to purchase a copy to keep for myself and to share with others. I just reviewed Germs Up Close by Sara Levine. #GermsUpClose #NetGalley #ChildrensNonFiction #Science #SaraLevine I give this book 5 stars 😍 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  8. 4 out of 5

    Josephine

    Very informative and descriptive book on germs. It has some really cool photos of microscopic germs including viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi. Each of the more prevalent types is described in more detail with pronunciation help. It teaches us that many germs live on us already and it's a normal thing, but sometimes germs get where they shouldn't or overgrow and cause an issue. It has some information on covid, too. The photos are really nice, and even if a child can't read yet, it seems t Very informative and descriptive book on germs. It has some really cool photos of microscopic germs including viruses, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi. Each of the more prevalent types is described in more detail with pronunciation help. It teaches us that many germs live on us already and it's a normal thing, but sometimes germs get where they shouldn't or overgrow and cause an issue. It has some information on covid, too. The photos are really nice, and even if a child can't read yet, it seems they would like this book for the photos. There is a section at the back that covers types of jobs that work with germs, a glossary of terms, and a list of other books one could read on germs. I thought the discussion around red/white blood cells was particularly interesting, so that I learned some new things, too. Thank you to NetGalley, the publisher, and the author for a free eARC in exchange for an honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Megan Sooter

    My STEM loving 9 year old son loved this colorful, informative book. “Germs Up Close” is an easy to read, introduction to germs. Have your kids ever wanted to know why we ask them to wash their hands? This book has really neat and colorful illustrations of what germs look like. The illustrations in this book depict viruses, bacteria, Protozoa, and fungi. There is also a picture of the COVID-19 virus. My son loved learning more about each of the germs in the book. This book was just enough inform My STEM loving 9 year old son loved this colorful, informative book. “Germs Up Close” is an easy to read, introduction to germs. Have your kids ever wanted to know why we ask them to wash their hands? This book has really neat and colorful illustrations of what germs look like. The illustrations in this book depict viruses, bacteria, Protozoa, and fungi. There is also a picture of the COVID-19 virus. My son loved learning more about each of the germs in the book. This book was just enough information to “plant a seed” for my child. It has encouraged him to deep dive into more detailed microbiology. What a neat and informative book! Perfect for class libraries as well as at home libraries. Thank you Sara Levine, NetGalley, and Millbrook Press for a free eARC in exchange for an honest review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Amy Ayan

    Thank you, NetGalley, for the ARC of this book. Reviewed by seven-year-old Amy. Germs Up Close is a non-fiction book with descriptions and colorful illustrations of viruses, bacterias, protozoa, and fungi. It also gives a peek into how vaccines and our immune system work. This book has a list of jobs that are related to researching germs. Germs Up Close can be used at home or in a classroom to teach about germs and the immune system. I recommend this book for children five years and above. I give Thank you, NetGalley, for the ARC of this book. Reviewed by seven-year-old Amy. Germs Up Close is a non-fiction book with descriptions and colorful illustrations of viruses, bacterias, protozoa, and fungi. It also gives a peek into how vaccines and our immune system work. This book has a list of jobs that are related to researching germs. Germs Up Close can be used at home or in a classroom to teach about germs and the immune system. I recommend this book for children five years and above. I give this book 4.5/5 stars as there is not much detail about each of the germs themselves in the book.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Donna Maguire

    Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 6th April 2021 – publication day! I was really impressed by this book and even as an adult I learnt something new. The book is well laid out and it is easy to follow and understand and this will be a hit with any young fans of science and those who has a genuine keen interest to find out more about these microscopics that can cause so much damage. I liked the illustrations of the different types of germs and what they can do to help, or hinder us. It covers Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 6th April 2021 – publication day! I was really impressed by this book and even as an adult I learnt something new. The book is well laid out and it is easy to follow and understand and this will be a hit with any young fans of science and those who has a genuine keen interest to find out more about these microscopics that can cause so much damage. I liked the illustrations of the different types of germs and what they can do to help, or hinder us. It covers from viruses through to bacteria with a couple of additions along the way. It is 5 stars from me for this one – very highly recommended!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

    As a science nerd and former microbiology lab assistant, I loved everything about Germs Up Close. (Although to be honest, as a slight germaphobe, it did make me itch a little.) The colorful micrographs and descriptive, easy-to-understand language will engage readers, and hopefully lead them to want to know more about science and the microorganisms that inhabit their world (and their bodies). The importance of vaccines, how to protect ourselves, and the easy pronunciations of the scientific names As a science nerd and former microbiology lab assistant, I loved everything about Germs Up Close. (Although to be honest, as a slight germaphobe, it did make me itch a little.) The colorful micrographs and descriptive, easy-to-understand language will engage readers, and hopefully lead them to want to know more about science and the microorganisms that inhabit their world (and their bodies). The importance of vaccines, how to protect ourselves, and the easy pronunciations of the scientific names were a great addition. Thank you to NetGalley and Lerner/Millbrook for the opportunity to read Germs Up Close in return for my honest opinion.

  13. 5 out of 5

    EiFL

    I love the photos and information in Germs Up Close! The close-ups of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and other microorganisms were beautiful and attention grabbing. The text was informative and well written and provided just the right amount of information. My only issue with the book is vaccines being described as containing a "fake germ." This is inaccurate. I understand simplifying the concept for children, but I wish the author had stuck closer to facts in her definition. Overall a great book. I I love the photos and information in Germs Up Close! The close-ups of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and other microorganisms were beautiful and attention grabbing. The text was informative and well written and provided just the right amount of information. My only issue with the book is vaccines being described as containing a "fake germ." This is inaccurate. I understand simplifying the concept for children, but I wish the author had stuck closer to facts in her definition. Overall a great book. I'd recommend it for any science-minded kid. Thank you to NetGalley and the author and/or publisher for providing this arc in exchange for an honest review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    Germs up close examines many of the tiny organisms that can wreck havoc in our bodies, from viruses to bacteria and beyond. The pictures are all actual pictures of germs--which is amazing! You can see up close exactly what these little beasties look like, and even includes a scan of the covid-19 virus! If you have a small scientist who is curious about germs, especially with current events, this would be a great book for them! There is also information on how germs enter our bodies and how we ca Germs up close examines many of the tiny organisms that can wreck havoc in our bodies, from viruses to bacteria and beyond. The pictures are all actual pictures of germs--which is amazing! You can see up close exactly what these little beasties look like, and even includes a scan of the covid-19 virus! If you have a small scientist who is curious about germs, especially with current events, this would be a great book for them! There is also information on how germs enter our bodies and how we can work to prevent illness. *I received a free copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Andreea

    Disclaimer: I received the book in exchange of my honest opinion. I really think this is a nice book for every little one to read. I think the paragraph about the Covid-19 vaccine should be left out because at the time the book was written the vaccine wasn't out but now the vaccine is out and the book will be published in a few months. I think a more general approach to Covid-19 and just mentioning the pandemic would've sufficed. But overall, the other info was great. I liked the microscope images Disclaimer: I received the book in exchange of my honest opinion. I really think this is a nice book for every little one to read. I think the paragraph about the Covid-19 vaccine should be left out because at the time the book was written the vaccine wasn't out but now the vaccine is out and the book will be published in a few months. I think a more general approach to Covid-19 and just mentioning the pandemic would've sufficed. But overall, the other info was great. I liked the microscope images of the germs, but I also think a few more fun illustrations here and there would make the book way more captivating for the little kids.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    This picture book is packed full of information on germs and how each one can make us sick, as well as information on how to stay well. It's a timely book that even includes coronavirus. The super up-close pictures of the germs are pretty cool. I appreciate each germ having a pronunciation guide. I feel like this book is better suited to older children, with its descriptions of how each germ can affect our bodies and the amount of information it gives. Thank you to NetGalley and Millbrook Press f This picture book is packed full of information on germs and how each one can make us sick, as well as information on how to stay well. It's a timely book that even includes coronavirus. The super up-close pictures of the germs are pretty cool. I appreciate each germ having a pronunciation guide. I feel like this book is better suited to older children, with its descriptions of how each germ can affect our bodies and the amount of information it gives. Thank you to NetGalley and Millbrook Press for access to this arc.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kaycie

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an e-arc of this book in exchange for an honest review. Overall, not the most exciting read, but well done. I think this would be good as a one page a day type thing instead of reading all at once. I'm also going to say that while this is oftentimes fascinating, if you have a germophobe child like I was, proceed with caution. This will either help or really really hurt their ability to function. Now, it's great. As a kid, this might h Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with an e-arc of this book in exchange for an honest review. Overall, not the most exciting read, but well done. I think this would be good as a one page a day type thing instead of reading all at once. I'm also going to say that while this is oftentimes fascinating, if you have a germophobe child like I was, proceed with caution. This will either help or really really hurt their ability to function. Now, it's great. As a kid, this might have made my anxiety around germs so so much worse.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    I received an electronic ARC from Lerner Publishing Group through NetGalley. Levine brings readers into the world of germs. The beautiful photographs show how interesting germs can be and the accompanying text identifies several varieties that live in and around humans. This is not an easy topic to share with elementary level students and Levine writes at a level that works. Her text style offers facts and other information on each type of germ. I'm looking forward to sharing this one as part of I received an electronic ARC from Lerner Publishing Group through NetGalley. Levine brings readers into the world of germs. The beautiful photographs show how interesting germs can be and the accompanying text identifies several varieties that live in and around humans. This is not an easy topic to share with elementary level students and Levine writes at a level that works. Her text style offers facts and other information on each type of germ. I'm looking forward to sharing this one as part of our STEM curriculum.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amy (what_amy_reads)

    Thank you to Lerner Publishing Group and Netgalley for the ARC. This was a great primer on germs! I loved the bright pictures and backgrounds, and found the text to be informative but not too intimidating for kids. We've been looking for ways to explain germs and coronavirus to the kids at school, and I can see this book being a focal point...maybe with some fun science experiments to go with! Will definitely be purchasing a copy for our school library. Thank you to Lerner Publishing Group and Netgalley for the ARC. This was a great primer on germs! I loved the bright pictures and backgrounds, and found the text to be informative but not too intimidating for kids. We've been looking for ways to explain germs and coronavirus to the kids at school, and I can see this book being a focal point...maybe with some fun science experiments to go with! Will definitely be purchasing a copy for our school library.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    It seems like a daunting task to create a kids' book about germs that make us sick. But Sara Levine has nailed it. Her book manages to explain the differences among viruses, bacteria, fungi and more in a kid-accessible way that makes them fascinating and not even scary. The close-up photos, as the title promises, are gorgeous. Now, with Covid-19 on everyone's mind, seems like a perfect time to read this with children. Adults, such as moi, learn a lot, too. It seems like a daunting task to create a kids' book about germs that make us sick. But Sara Levine has nailed it. Her book manages to explain the differences among viruses, bacteria, fungi and more in a kid-accessible way that makes them fascinating and not even scary. The close-up photos, as the title promises, are gorgeous. Now, with Covid-19 on everyone's mind, seems like a perfect time to read this with children. Adults, such as moi, learn a lot, too.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jane Reddish

    I received an advanced copy from Netgalley. This is the second book I read from that site. Very colorful and informative, but I wish it's written longer. 😅 Hope my niece will like the illustrations (she can't read yet) Now I'm thinking: maybe it fits the 2021 PopSugar Reading Challenge prompt: a free book 😃 I received an advanced copy from Netgalley. This is the second book I read from that site. Very colorful and informative, but I wish it's written longer. 😅 Hope my niece will like the illustrations (she can't read yet) Now I'm thinking: maybe it fits the 2021 PopSugar Reading Challenge prompt: a free book 😃

  22. 4 out of 5

    Carol Campbell

    Germs Up Close by Sara Levine is an excellent and informative primer on germs. Very engaging and easy to understand book filled with great photographs of germs to illustrate descriptions. The back of the book included a section with a glossary of germ related words, a list of ‘germy’ jobs and their descriptions, and a ‘learn more’ book list for future reading. #GermsUpClose #NetGalley

  23. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    Great photographs of the most common germs affecting humans - viruses, bacteria, and fungi. This would be a wonderful gift for a middle grade student interested in science. It would also make a nice addition to a classroom or school library.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Hawkins

    A great introductory children's book to the world of germs and microbiology. I find this book is coming out at a time where learning about germs and viruses can only be beneficial to us all. As most parents know, children and their schools are basically petri-dishes of the worst kind and having children learn even a fraction of what germs and the like are and how they function is a huge step in a positive direction. This book honestly gave me the heebie-jeebies just because the idea of getting s A great introductory children's book to the world of germs and microbiology. I find this book is coming out at a time where learning about germs and viruses can only be beneficial to us all. As most parents know, children and their schools are basically petri-dishes of the worst kind and having children learn even a fraction of what germs and the like are and how they function is a huge step in a positive direction. This book honestly gave me the heebie-jeebies just because the idea of getting sick scares me but this book was also kind of reassuring. My kids were really interested in reading this book because the pictures are really cool but I think they genuinely enjoyed learning about germs. I think this book was a great science lesson for my kids, especially now with COVID. I think this would be a great book for any and all children. I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Carmen8094

    Germs up close è un simpatico libricino di poche decine di pagine, che si propone di renderci più familiari batteri, protozoi, funghi e virus, quelli che, comunemente, sono chiamati germi. Il volume è molto colorato, e le foto sono bellissime. Ad ogni germe è dedicata una pagina che ne contiene l'immagine ed una breve ma esauriente descrizione. In particolare, ne viene indicata la pronuncia del nome, l'apparenza microscopica, l'habitat, le malattie di cui è causa ed altre eventuali informazioni ut Germs up close è un simpatico libricino di poche decine di pagine, che si propone di renderci più familiari batteri, protozoi, funghi e virus, quelli che, comunemente, sono chiamati germi. Il volume è molto colorato, e le foto sono bellissime. Ad ogni germe è dedicata una pagina che ne contiene l'immagine ed una breve ma esauriente descrizione. In particolare, ne viene indicata la pronuncia del nome, l'apparenza microscopica, l'habitat, le malattie di cui è causa ed altre eventuali informazioni utili. Non si tratta certo di un volume professionale, ma soddisfacente per una lettura veloce, ed adatto ad ogni età. http://iltesorodicarta.blogspot.com/2...

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