By Muriel Chiron-Charrier
Marie Curieuse... mais qui est donc Marie Curieuse ? Ce pourrait être vous, si tout comme elle, des questions vous assaillent dès le matin à l. a. sortie du lit : Quelle différence y-a-t-il entre los angeles théine et l. a. caféine ? remark le savon a-t-il été créé ? A quoi sert le collagène présent dans notre épiderme ? Avec quoi se maquillait Cléopâtre ?
Sur un ton à los angeles fois drôle et sérieux, l'auteure nous fait découvrir l'histoire d'un produit, les origines de ses composants, les réactions chimiques pour arriver à un tel résultat et son utilisation... bref l. a. petite chimie du matin ! Chaque partie est construite autour d'une thématique.
Les explications sont claires et concises et les illustrations décalées nous emportent dans le monde de Marie Curieuse.
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