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Invisible enemies: a handbook on pandemics that has shaped our world

by Goh, Hwee; Hwee Goh; David Liew [Illustrations].
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Singapore: Marshall Cavendish International (Asia); 2020Edition: Hardcover.Description: 95 p. : col.ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9789814893459.Subject(s): Epidemics -- Juvenile literature | Communicable diseases -- Juvenile literatureSummary: A timely, sharply-curated book on pandemics that have shaped our world. Fully illustrated, with bite-sized stories to engage young readers to face new challenges head on. The COVID-19 coronavirus seizes the world in 2020. From the likes of the plague, the Spanish Flu and SARS, these invisible enemies have changed our lives, bringing death and widespread fear. Yet, knowledge and the scientific quest for answers — along with a dogged sense of resilience — are our best weapons in the epic battle against pandemics.
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A timely, sharply-curated book on pandemics that have shaped our world. Fully illustrated, with bite-sized stories to engage young readers to face new challenges head on. The COVID-19 coronavirus seizes the world in 2020. From the likes of the plague, the Spanish Flu and SARS, these invisible enemies have changed our lives, bringing death and widespread fear. Yet, knowledge and the scientific quest for answers — along with a dogged sense of resilience — are our best weapons in the epic battle against pandemics.