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Aristotles Nostril by Morris Gleitzman
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Aristotles Nostril

by Morris Gleitzman

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Rather silly story about 2 brothers who try to stop a war between the microbes of two nostrils. (They are microbes themselves). This is Morris saying that war is futile , especially when wars are raged on the human body everyday. Everything is relative.p.29-31 After being banished, Aristotle & Blob make a startling discovery
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Follows the adventures of two germ brothers as they are banished from their own nostril and discover there is a second nostril.

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