Viruses in our World (Under the Microscope)
Viruses aren't like anything else you can see under a microscope. Is a virus a living thing or something else? Readers explore the answer to this question as they examine viruses, learning what they look like and how they affect us. As readers discover important facts about how viruses multiply and what sicknesses they cause, they expand their knowledge of essential parts of science curricula, including beginner biology concepts. In addition to the informative narrative, fun fact boxes, vibrant, full-color photographs, and a creative design hold readers' interest as they learn more about this important topic.
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