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The Virus Review ´ 100 ↠ [Read] ➪ The Virus By Ben Martynoga – Goproled.co.uk WHERE DID IT COME FROM AND HOW CAN WE BEAT ITIts 15000 times smaller than a flea and we can kill it with a bar of soap so how did a tiny fragile virus change the worldJoin science expert Dr Ben Martyn WHERE DID IT COME FROM AND HOW CAN WE BEAT ITIts times smaller thWHERE DID IT COME FROM AND HOW CAN WE BEAT ITIts times smaller than a flea and we can kill it with a bar of soap so how did a tiny fragile virus change the worldJoin science expert Dr Ben Martynoga and ill. I’ve learned about the coronavirus in an hour reading this book than from all the other media sources put together in 4 months of lockdown Brilliant

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Ustrator extraordinaire Moose Allain on a fascinating sometimes funny and occasionally scary journey through the world of virusesExplore the science behind viruses and the COVID pandemic in a fascinating s. This is a really great book to help explain what the virus that has been making all the headlines really is and how it works What is clearly a very complex subject is broken down and simplified so that kids and parents can start to understand about the subject The author has a really engaging writing style and the illustrations are great as well I would definitely recommend this book I have learned so much

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The VirusTory of hijacked human cells and our own internal emergency servicesAlong the way youll learn what viruses are how they work and how we can overcome or at least learn to live alongside those that do us har. We read this book in book group with our 9 year olds It is beautifully illustrated and very informative some of the science was uite advanced for that age group but the book explains the impact of Covid and the broader uestions about human impact on the environment and potential for viruses to treat other diseases well It does not dumb down for kids Definitely a book for our time and one which prompts some important conversations for the generation of the futureThanks Ben for gifting your knowledge as a scientist