My Mum is a Parasite Scientist. That's RAD!

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Item Code: 9781925455526
This engaging and informative STEM picture book will help children learn about different kinds of parasites and about what it is like to be a parasite scientist. The book includes interesting activities, funny cartoons and pictures of cool and creepy parasites!

This is the first book in the That’s RAD Science series. The aim of That’s RAD Science is to inspire in children an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through engaging picture books written by Queensland women working in STEM areas.

That’s RAD Science is a Griffith University Initiative. This book was generously supported by an Advance Queensland Engaging Science grant from the Queensland Government and funding from the Australian Society for Parasitology.

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  • ISBN: 9781925455526
  • Author: Katherine Andrews
  • Principal Author: Principle Authors
This engaging and informative STEM picture book will help children learn about different kinds of parasites and about what it is like to be a parasite scientist. The book includes interesting activities, funny cartoons and pictures of cool and creepy parasites! This is the first book in the That’s RAD Science series. The aim of That’s RAD Science is to inspire in children an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through engaging picture books written by Queensland women working in STEM areas. That’s RAD Science is a Griffith University Initiative. This book was generously supported by an Advance Queensland Engaging Science grant from the Queensland Government and funding from the Australian Society for Parasitology.

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Last Updated At: Thursday the 12th of October, 2017