Science with the squishy bits left in!
Microscopic Monsters will leave you wriggling for more!
Are you itching to discover…
which creature lays eggs between your toes?
why your toothbrush is covered in germs?
what makes your guts the perfect home for bacteria?If you think you can stomach the sick side of Science then read on, as we peer into the tiny world of microbes. Read the diary of a dust mite, find out what it takes to be a microsurgeon and join M.I. Gutzache as he gets up close and personal with bacteria. With fantastic fact files and curious quizzes, teacher tests and crazy cartoons, Microscopic Monsters is riddled with info! Science has never been so horrible!
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About the Author
Nick Arnold was born on 4 August 1964 in Cambridge, England. He is a British writer of science books for children. He is best known for the long series Horrible Science, illustrated by Tony De Saulles, and the short series Wild Lives, illus. Jane Cope. In 2008, Arnold achieved worldwide publicity for his claim to have located the site of the Battle of Cynuit, fought between Saxons and Danes in 878.