Baby Medical School: Bacteria and Antibiotics (Baby University) (Board book)
The worldwide bestselling Baby University book series that brought you ABCs of Science, Robotics for Babies, and Organic Chemistry for Babies is expanding!
Empower children with this educational baby book so they can understand their bodies with courage and curiosity!
Bacteria are very small living things.
Some bacteria are good and some bacteria are bad.
Luckily, we have a family of medicine called Antibiotics that can get rid of bad bacteria.
Turn getting sick from something scary into an engaging learning experience! In this installment of the new Baby Medical School series, Cara and Jon Florance break down how and why we get sick with the help of merry microbes and big-eyed bacteria. The whimsical artwork and humorous text is perfect for enlightening the next generation of geniuses and creating a love for medical science they will carry for a lifetime!
Bacteria and Antibiotics is a fantastic book for nurses to read and makes a wonderful addition to other special gifts for your little one, such as science toys for toddlers, baby anatomy books, and educational baby toys. Give the gift of learning to your little one with this educational baby book and help them understand their bodies!
Cara Florance is a biochemist specializing in catalytic RNA. She has a BS in chemistry from Iona College and PhD in biochemistry from University of Colorado, Boulder. She lives in Boston with her husband and two children. Her little girls inspired her to create Brave the Elements, an online resource for parents to bring science into the home.
Jon Florance attends Harvard Medical School and has completed his clinical year at Massachusetts General Hospital. Previously, he received a BS in Mathematics from West Point and served in the US Army as an infantryman and Green Beret. While also enjoying forestry and science fiction, his happiest moments are as a father of two beautiful young children.