Germs!: An Epic Tale on a Tiny Scale

Germs!: An Epic Tale on a Tiny Scale

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By (author) Martin Howard, Illustrated by Colin Stimson

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  • Publisher: Pavilion Children's Books
  • Format: Paperback | 40 pages
  • Dimensions: 260mm x 262mm x 6mm | 281g
  • Publication date: 1 June 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1843651858
  • ISBN 13: 9781843651857
  • Illustrations note: Colour illustrations throughout
  • Sales rank: 399,553

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New in paperback! Our story begins with the rumble of war as Sam, a young germ, is conscripted to fight in the Germ Army. Their ultimate goal? To attack the boy who comes into the bathroom each day and doesn't wash his hands. When the boy fails to wash his hands one day, they seize their opportunity to attack, only to be met with the friendly Antibody Army. A great battle ensues, but which side is Sam really on? An hilarious look at the germs that live with us every day and their battle to take control of our bodies; with a message - BE SURE TO WASH YOUR HANDS! * An imaginative and action-packed story with a particularly relevant message for today - wash your hands! * Stunning illustrations featuring hundreds of quirky characters * A special 4 page gatefold fold-out shows the armies lined up for battle

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Martin Howard produces laugh-out-loud books for both children and adults. For children he has written How to Cook Children: A Grisly Recipe Book (Pavilion 2008), the Witches at War! trilogy (Pavilion), and Germs: An Epic Tale on a Tiny Scale (Pavilion 2010) for younger children. His work for adults includes the popular Bad Dog's Diary series (Portico) and One Grump or Two, under the pseudonym Arthur Grump (Portico 2008). Martin lives in the south of France with his wife and three children.