Microbiology ABC’s

From amoebas to zooplankton, teach the alphabet to your little genius within the microbiology universe. Learn about different types of cells and cell structures while practicing the ABC’s in this beautifully illustrated children’s book. This book will spark your child’s curiosity in STEAM and health care, expose them to basic science concepts, and lead to further conversations for sure!

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3 thoughts on “Microbiology ABC’s

  1. Vivid and Clear but not Super Engaging After taking part in a chemistry demonstration at school, my preschooler has gotten really into science. So I tried to find some books to further that passion, and this one popped up as a suggestion. I ended up downloading it as an ebook, and I’ve read it with my daughter a few times over the past week. Here are the pros and cons:Pros:1. Beautiful illustrations. Simple. Clean. Engaging. It’s been a while since I’ve taken biology, so I can’t speak to their accuracy, but they…

  2. Disspointment – not for the 3 year old I wanted it for There is nothing outwardly wrong with this little book – nice drawings, clear text (hence 2 stars), but imho not age appropriate to the toddlers other reviewers have given it 5 stars for, so sorry. I bought this for the young child (age 3). Her laboratory biologist daddy rolled his eyes at it, saying it only lists cells and their attributes, nothing about the interplay or even their relative size., not to mention over-their-head vocabulary for that age group. Maybe useful for an older…

  3. Excellent. This is an excellent ebook. I really enjoyed it and so did my niece. I work in the healthcare field so this is something right up my alley. I wanted to find a book to introduce my niece to biology in a fun way. This ebook goes through each letter of the alphabet one by one. A biology word for each letter and a great colorful drawing to go along with it. There is even a short definition or explanation of each word. My niece became very curious and started asking me questions. Exactly what I was…

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