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Meet the Microbes!: The Tiny Living Things That Mould Our Lives

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Help your little ones to put their worries aside following COVID-19 and Meet the Microbes !

With fun, playful text by expert Dr Emily Grossman and bright, characterful illustrations help your kids to discover just how vital microbes are to life on earth.

These tiny organisms - that can only be seen under a microscope - are absolutely EVERYWHERE. In fact, they're even living inside our bodies, travelling through outer space and swimming in the world's seas.

And while some microbes can make us sick, many of them actually keep us well, and even help to keep our planet happy and healthy.

Step into the incredible world of microbes in this fascinating picture book by Dr Emily Grossman about the miniature life that surrounds us.

Meet the Microbes!: The Tiny Living Things That Mould Our Lives Reviews | Toppsta

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About Dr Emily Grossman

Dr Emily Grossman loves science: she's an expert in molecular biology and genetics with a PhD in cancer research. She is a broadcaster, author, educator and trainer and has been a guest speaker on Sky News. She has been named as the second Honorary STEM Ambassador for her work in education and has become a YouTube sensation thanks to her video How to Stop Yo

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About Maggie Li

Maggie is a freelance illustrator working in London since she graduated from Kingston University in 2010. She is the Art Director of popular magazine, OKIDO and has worked on their TV series, The Okido Show, aired on Cbeebies. Her work has appeared in The Big Issue, Sunday Times, Telegraph, Le Monde, Reader's Digest, New Statesman, Wired, Time Out, Flamingo

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