Fungi in our World (Under the Microscope)
Fungi play an important part in our world. Some fungi are mushrooms that can be cooked into delicious meals, but others are poisonous. It's important to be able to tell them apart before eating them. Readers gain this valuable knowledge as they explore what fungi look like to the human eye and under the microscope. The engaging and educational text broadens their understanding of essential science curriculum topics. Informative fact boxes and eye-catching, full-color photographs enhance this fascinating exploration of fungi that budding scientists are sure to love.
It is just fascinating to see how things look - all of those tiny things that you can't see unless under a microscope. This series will help you out. Get up close to bacteria, cells, DNA, minerals, tiny bugs, and viruses in these colorful, 32-page books. See the parts of a cell, elements found in minerals, or take a peek at a variety of bugs - all without a microscope! ~ Donna