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The First Book of Microbes
by Jazz Robinson

By Jazz Robinson

Germs are somewhat of a hot topic these days, which brought to mind this gem, found appropriately in an alley–an introductory textbook on microbes from the 70s. This Franklin Watts Library Edition is illustrated by Howard Berelson, an incredibly prolific artist whose wild caverns of work present a whole other trove for exploration.

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Silently and invisibly they carry on their lives, and in so doing play a most important part in life on earth.

Lucia Z. Lewis

Without green plants, nothing else on earth would live, since every living thing depends on them.

Lucia Z. Lewis