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See Inside Germs

See Inside Germs
Lift the flaps to discover the microscopic world of germs - bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa. Find out what these tiny living things are, how they can make you ill, how your body fights them and what vaccines and antibiotics do to help, as well as some of the useful things they do for us, such as making food and keeping your body working.
Our Price: €10.85
ISBN/EAN9781474943680
Stock: 1
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Pub. Date: April 1 2020
Author: Hull, Sarah
Format: Hardback
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Lift the flaps to discover the microscopic world of germs - bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa. Find out what these tiny living things are, how they can make you ill, how your body fights them and what vaccines and antibiotics do to help, as well as some of the useful things they do for us, such as making food and keeping your body working.
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