Close Up: Microscopic Photographs of Everyday Stuff
Kids will love this microscopic examination of everyday objects. Using a state-of-the-art electron microscope, the book explores an extraordinary world that few of us see, capturing dramatic close-ups of such familiar objects as dustballs, spiders, and sugar-coated breakfast cereal. 30 black-and-white microscopic photos.
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