Outbreaks, Epidemics, & Pandemics
Since what we don’t know can hurt us, let’s learn about germs! Germs can be scary, but the truth is that they are also fascinating! Let’s immunize ourselves with a few facts. There’s nothing like a dramatic current event right out our own back door to get our curiosity up.
A POWERFUL RESOURCE BOOK FOR STUDENTS INTERESTED IN THE SCIENCE & HISTORY OF OUTBREAKS, EPIDEMICS, & PANDEMICS
Just like after 9/11, Carole Marsh has crafted an extraordinary book for readers of a wide age range who want and need much more information on what just happened to them and the world.
With her trademark research that leaves no history, geography, biography, science stone unturned on a subject, the author compels us to keep reading and learning. So many teachable moments and so timely as students seek future careers.
In this resource book, Marsh shares how and why such things happen, how we can plan and protect ourselves - today and tomorrow. Perfect for libraries and middle school teachers and students!
MEET THE AUTHOR
CAROLE MARSH has been writing fiction, non-fiction, and curricula for children and adults for more than 40 years. Founder and CEO of Gallopade International, Marsh partners with schools, teachers, and parents to "make reading and learning fun."
"Teachers, librarians, parents and others constantly asked for more books, especially history, geography and biographies. I say I am a “fourth grader forever!” still eager to learn, share, be challenged, and challenge students to benefit from rigorous study toward a great job and future. I have visited schools all across the nation and learned so much from dedicated principals, teachers, librarians and others who have the same hopes and dreams for our children."
Marsh is the 2007 Georgia Author of the Year and has won countless awards for her best-selling series Real Kids! Real Places!. Her social studies curriculum can be found in K-8 classrooms across the nation.
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I wish I could go back to middle school. We never had lessons to be all encompassing, integrated like Carole Marsh's Curriculum Lab. Our lessons were flat, boring, and rote. These are exciting, interesting and leave me wanting to know more about outbreaks, epidemics & pandemics. Hats off to a super educator
- Nancy Waterhouse, New York/New Jersey
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