Synopsis: Retells the story of Louis Pasteur, whose unwavering belief in the concept of germs led to a cure for rabies.
Published: 1976 | ISBN-13: 978-0916392062 | Ages: 4+
Mini-bio: Spencer Johnson is known for the ValueTales series of children’s books, and for his 1998 motivational book Who Moved My Cheese?, which recurred on the New York Times Bestseller list, on the Publishers Weekly Hardcover nonfiction list. Wikipedia
Mini-bio: Steve Pileggi is a published author and an illustrator of children’s books. Some of the published credits of Steve Pileggi include Heather & Avery And the Magic Kite, Who Moved My Cheese? for Kids, Who Moved My Cheese? – Jacketflap
I actually found this book in an old pile that used to be my partner’s from when she was a little girl. Now I have read it to my own 4 yo son countless times, and he loves it. He asks questions about viruses and microorganisms that he has come up with from reading the book, and how the vaccine might work. Couldn’t be happier as a dad! – From Sam Askin’s 10 Great Science Books and Stuff by Sciengage
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