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The Surprising World of Bacteria with Max Axiom, Super Scientist
This title covers these subjects: Bacteria, Microorganisms, Antibiotics
The Surprising World of Bacteria with Max Axiom, Super Scientist
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The Surprising World of Bacteria with Max Axiom, Super Scientist

You've never had a science teacher like this! Max Axiom is a super-cool super-scientist. Using powers he acquired in a freak accident, Max demonstrates and explains science in ways never before seen in the classroom. Whether shrinking down to the size of an ant or riding on a sound wave, Max can do whatever it takes to make science super cool and accessible.

Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-9
Lexile LevelGN 760L
ATOS Level5.2
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #134426
Early Intervention Level29
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandGraphic Library
Page Dimensions7" x 9"
Page Count32
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $29.99 School/Library Price
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Booklist Online - Francisca Goldsmith

"This volume in the Graphic Science series includes discussions of the discovery of the life-form, good and bad bacteria, and standard public health routines related to their containment and, when positive, use. The guide through all of this, Max Axiom, is" - Booklist Online

February 25, 2010

Science Books and Films

"Super scientist Max Axiom will shrink himself down to microscopic size to show you the world of bacteria firsthand. The resulting journey is essentially an introduction to basic bacteriology and genetics in a comic book format appropriate for the junior h" - Science Books and Films

August 30, 2010

Good Comics for Kids Blog - School Library Journal - Snow and Esther

"A few months ago, Snow and I discovered that we were each planning to review different titles in the Max Esther: I should start by saying I don’t use the science part of my brain very well. I was always okay with math. I excelled at literature, Language A" - Good Comics for Kids Blog - School Library Journal

August 5, 2010 - Leslie Kauffman

"There are lots of engaging resources available for teaching science to young kids, but one of the best is strangely little known: a terrific and highly entertaining series of science-themed graphic novels from Capstone Press, featuring a super scientist b" -

March 8, 2011

Curriculum Choice blog - Cindy

"I’m in love – or, better yet, my son is in love! We’ve had the opportunity to review graphic science books on all sorts of topics that are fun and easy to read. Comic book style science sounds really fluffy doesn’t it? Believe it or not, the Max Axiom s" - Curriculum Choice blog

July 18, 2011

Agnieszka Biskup

Agnieszka Biskup

Agnieszka Biskup is a science writer and editor based in Chicago. She is a former editor for the science section of the Boston Globe as well as the children's science magazine Muse. In addition to children's books, she has also written many articles for newspapers, magazines, and websites. Her books have received awards from Learning magazine, the Association of Educational Publishers, and the Society of School Librarians International. Her book Football: How It Works (Capstone Press, 2010) was a Junior Library Guild selection.

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