A timely, deadly review

posted in: John Kelly, Richard Platt | 4

I shouldn’t have been excited to read this week’s news about an Ebola outbreak in Uganda, or the new flu virus found in seals but given that on Friday I reviewed a children’s book which features both Ebola and pandemic flu over at the STEM Friday blog, I couldn’t help being pleased with my sense of timing!

To read my review of Plagues, Pox and Pestilence by Richard Platt, illustrated by John Kelly, which has been shortlisted for this year’s Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize, head on over to the STEM Friday roundup. But only if you’re not of a squeamish disposition!

4 Responses

    • Zoe

      oh yes Danielle – think this book could be used really well in both history and science classes.

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