The team behind Bye-Bye Germs! and A Germ’s Journey presents this brilliant new graphic novel. A Germ’s Journey – A Fight Against Resistance offers the chance to be part of the Anti-Bio Squad – a team combatting antibiotic resistance.
When a boy comes down with some mysterious symptoms, it’s up to you to find the clues, catch the right criminal, fend off the bacteria, and prevent them from becoming resistant to all of your weapons (antibiotics). Along the way you will be helped by friends: Agent Max, his dynamic dog, team-mate Georgie, and The Doc. However, it’s you who decides what path this investigation follows. Do you have what it takes to succeed in the Fight Against Resistance and become a member of the Anti-Bio Squad?
Dive into the microscopic world of germs and join Max and Georgie in the Anti-Bio Squad to help them take down the evil bacteria making people sick. In this pathfinder graphic novel, you control the story, you choose how to solve the case, and you help the team fight off the germs and save the day!
Abbie Law is a Graphic Design with Illustration BA graduate from De Montfort University. She joined A Germ’s Journey project during her 3rd year of her degree – creating workshop materials and illustrating A Germ’s Journey graphic novel.
J.W. Glover is an English Language with Creative Writing BA graduate from De Montfort University, he joined the A Germ’s Journey project during his masters study – writing the original novel during this period. Currently working in the higher education sector, he is passionate about helping and inspiring future generations.
Prof Katie Laird is a Professor of Microbiology in the School of Pharmacy and Head of the Infectious Disease Research Group at De Montfort University. She has a BSc (Hons) in Biology and obtained a PhD in applied microbiology in 2008.
Prof Sarah Younie is a Professor in Education Innovation in the School of Applied Social Sciences, De Montfort University (DMU). She has a BA (Hons) and Master’s degree in Social Science and a PGCE and PhD in Education. She is Editor-in-Chief of an international education journal and published books and papers widely.