. . . fascinating resource . . . The well-organized, highly readable text . . . Librarians, who know the challenge of helping unmotivated students find a science fair project, will enjoy helping students choose these. --Library Media Connection - March 2007
. . . in-depth explorations of DNA testing and document analysis. In each book, detailed background information is followed by a well-sequenced series of case examples and complex projects that involve both experiments and sample analyses. --The Horn Book Guide - Spring 2007
Rainis's books are substantive and will circulate because of positive word of mouth from those who use them in their own quasi-CSI experiments. --School Library Journal - May 2007
About the Author
Kenneth G. Rainis is a microbiologist, illustrator, and microscopist, as well as a cofounder of Neo/Sci Corporation, a science education company in New York. He has a B.S. in biology and an M.S. in protozoology. He is the author of numerous science project books, and is a contributor for biology textbooks. He lives in New York with his wife and two children.