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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0749611847, Hardcover)

All the things young (and older) readers really want to know about history - the unpleasant, morbid and catastrophic bits usually excluded from history books. This book provides a tongue-in-cheek look at illness and getting better using an entertaining but informative text with humorous illustrations. The series has been created by the "Lazy Summer" team of designers, authors and illustrators, responsible for the "Spaceship Earth" and "Fantastic Journey" series.

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Looks at the development of modern medicine, from prehistoric times, to the present and beyond. Suggested level: intermediate, junior primary.

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