SCIENCE TO GET THROUGH THE SUMMER
Children Non Fiction
Valeria Edelsztein. Illustrations by Javier Reboursin
All languages except for Asian, Turkish, Czeck, Slovak, German
Valeria was born in Buenos Aires in 1982. She has a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Buenos Aires and is a researcher at the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET). She is the author of several scientific publications and popular books. She is a columnist in a number of medias and lives in Buenos Aires with Julián, her husband, Tomi and Sofi, their children, and Panchita, the dog member of the family.
How does sunscreen work? Why do you perspire when it's hot? Why does the fan cool you?
Why do mosquitoes bite so much in Summer?
A book that answers many of the questions that the hottest season of the year brings and tells very interesting and curious things related to heat and summer.