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The germ lab
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The germ lab: the gruesome story of deadly diseases

Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9780753445471

Publication Date: 16 Apr 2020

Subject: Human body

Suitable for: Primary

A history of disease and pestilence, told from the point of view of the bugs and pests that cause them.

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A history of disease and pestilence, told from the point of view of the bugs and pests that cause them.

The Germ Lab features case histories of specific epidemics, 'eyewitness' accounts from the rats, flies, ticks and creepy-crawlies who spread diseases, plus plenty of fascinating facts and figures on the biggest and worst afflictions.

Illustrated throughout with brilliantly entertaining artworks and endearing characters, you'll be entertained by a cabinet war room showing the war on germs, a rogues' gallery highlighting the worst offenders, the very deadliest diseases examined under the microscope, and much more.

NOTE : The books concentrates on the historical overview of diseases and their spread ; the most modern example used is HIV in the 1980s

Category
JNF
Subject
Human body
Dewey
616.9
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Full colour illus throughout
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16 Apr 2020
Edition
First
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9780753445471
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Binding
Hardback
Pages
48
Width
230mm
Height
260mm
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