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by Katrina Martin Davenport


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Katrina Martin Davenport lives in California. This is her first book for children

Katrina Martin Davenport lives in California. This is her first book for children. I even grew my own mold experiments in my father's office, so I was thrilled to read DENISE'S MOLD, a book about a ten-year old girl who gets a microscope for her birthday and can't wait to start her new mold experiment. Although she's given only a few hours to complete her study, Denise comes up with an alternate plan that will keep her happily examining mold for the remainder of the summer.

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Martin Davenport (1975–2019) was a suspect in the murder investigations of dome canteen employee Doris Black in Out of Breath (Case of The Conspiracy ) and . HAZMAT specialist Trishna Joshi in To Eternity and Beyond (Case of The Conspiracy) before turning out to be the killer of security guard Jon Benson in Eve of Disaster (Case of The Conspiracy).

Pierre-Denis Martin (1663 – 1742) was a French painter of historical subjects, battles, hunts, and architectural views, particularly of royal residences, such as the Palace of Versailles and the Château de Compiègne. He was also known as Martin the Younger (le jeune) or Martin des Gobelins (because he was employed at the Gobelins Manufactory). Martin was born in Paris, and according to d'Argenville, he was the cousin of Jean-Baptiste Martin, while Pierre-Jean Mariette says he was . B.

Katrina Martin Davenport, MA is a dreamer. Her work involves illuminating the soul and reconnecting with nature through her artistry with a camera, talent with words, expertise in dreamwork, compassionate teaching style, and ability as a clairvoyant. Martin Davenport brings her love for dreams, deep connection, beauty, myth, archetypes, and ancestry to her work. She is a writer, teacher, photographer, dreamworker, and intuitive.

Denise wants to grow mold. But where? After getting a microscope for her birthday, Denise searches for something to look at. She decides that growing mold in her room will provid her with exciting specimens, but her mother has other ideas. The story comes alive with beautifully rendered watercolors by illustrator Penelope Dullaghan. It includes the names of different molds, instructions about growoing mold and preparing slides for your own microscope as well as lesson plans for teachers and home-schooling parents. Based on the true adventures of the author's mother, who grew up to be an award-winning microbiologist, the story is both educational and humorous. The perfect book for any curious child.

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ALAN
I have a certain fondness for nerdy young girls who find exploring the world around them more interesting than fashion magazines.

As an adult I enjoy fashion and science, but at ten, science was my preferred method of learning about the world. I even grew my own mold experiments in my father's office, so I was thrilled to read DENISE'S MOLD, a book about a ten-year old girl who gets a microscope for her birthday and can't wait to start her new mold experiment.

She hides the mold in her dresser drawer, and her mom pretty quickly gets a whiff of science-in-the-making. Although she's given only a few hours to complete her study, Denise comes up with an alternate plan that will keep her happily examining mold for the remainder of the summer.

The end of the book actually provides three lesson plans for kids interested in growing and studying their own mold. Hopefully they won't store their projects in smelling distance of an adult.

The story was written by Katrina Martin Davenport, whose mother is an award-winning microbiologist for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, which explains the go-science nature of this story.

I personally enjoyed reading this book, and although am no expert, I believe this book is a fun read for children. The watercolor illustrations are cute, and I love that Tippy the dog makes an appearance in almost every page.
Silver Globol
Denise, a 10-year-old girl, wants to explore mold under her new microscope. Her efforts to secretly create specimens are quickly "outed" when Mama catches a whiff of the foul odor. This is the first volume in a picture book that encourages kids to explore science.The story is simple; what makes the book great is the informative material in the back--including instructions on growing your own mold. Buy this book, especially if there is a young and/or precocious girl in your life.
Runemane
This book is a treasure. The author has reached back in time to a place in her mother's childhood. She writes about the subject in a simple heartfelt way that any child or adult can relate to. I found the Lesson Plans in the back of the book perfect for home schooling or extra credit projects. All five of my grandchildren love their copies and read them over and over again.
Denise's Mold download epub
Science Nature & How It Works
Author: Katrina Martin Davenport
ISBN: 1590922018
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Nature & How It Works
Language: English
Publisher: Orchard Academy Press (May 2005)
Pages: 44 pages