The Surprising World of Bacteria with Max Axiom, Super Scientist
Includes: It's A Small World, Bacteria Up Close, Friends and Foes, Keeping Safe. Includes additional facts, glossary, appropriate internet sites, and recommended books. Trade paperback, 32 p.
Due to the topic matter, the new Max Axiom title mixes a bit more evolutionary information in the books than we would ordinarily care for. However, the scope and clarity that Max Axiom shines on an otherwise difficult subject matter makes it harder for us
to ban. So here they are, with another caveat to discuss with your children evolution vs. creation.
About the Graphic Science Series:
What an incredibly unique way to teach science! Start with an ultra cool
superhero scientist who can shrink to the size of an atom, or slip into
a lab coat to travel through time, or even slip on a pair of sunglasses to
obtain x-ray vision. Add engrossing graphics and short reader-friendly
sentences, and there you have it, the Max Axiom series of graphic novels.
Max Axiom is your child's tour guide as he demonstrates and explains
science in a thoroughly engaging and memorable way. These books are
especially useful for children who find reading to be a drag or science a
bore. Max Axiom's action-packed graphic narrative format makes science not
only accessible but also attractive.
Scientific Terminology Explained
Each title is rich with detailed accurate information, scientific terminology is clearly defined and
presented in a reader-friendly way. Some books also include well-done
detailed diagrams to clarify the more difficult topics.
Each vivid full-color book focuses on a single theme presenting it in an interesting
and understandable way. All 32-page books include several pages with more
facts, a glossary with kid-friendly definitions, a bibliography, and links
An Excellent Resource
Solid science and captivating graphic-novel illustrations
make these books an excellent resource for your family's library. One
caveat, these are published by a secular company, so occasional references
to evolution may appear.