Publication Date: July 2007
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There's something in the air--pollen, dust mites, mold spores, dust, goose down, cat hair, pepper, flu viruses, and bright light--that's causing these nine kids to sneeze. Vivid, full color micrographs show the pesky allergens and irritants that cause the sneeze reflex, while simple scientific text explains how the impulse to sneeze is created inside the body. Glossary and other resources included.
About the AuthorAlexandra Siy is the author of many children's books including Mosquito Bite, a Junior Library Guild selection and Orbis Pictus Honor book. She lives in Anchorage, Alaska.
Dennis Kunkel, Ph.D., is a microscopist and an award-winning photographer whose images have appeared in media throughout the world. He lives with his wife on windward Oahu in Hawaii.