2008 American Institute of Physics Science Writing Award
"What’s in a sneeze? Dust mites, dander, pollen — all magnified here up to 222,220 times. A regular old sneeze, set off by microscopic particles, turns out to be more fascinating than you think."
--New York Times April 13, 2008
"This offering has it all--from explosive humor and drama to fascinating pictures, precise and clearly presented information, useful backmatter, and a topic that touches on a universal experience."
Kirkus starred review
NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Book Selector's Choice
Bookbuilders of Boston New England Book Show Winner
New York Public Library's One Hundred Titles for Reading and Sharing List for 2007
Chicago Public Library Best of the Best