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The Dog Encyclopedia for Kids Paperback – February 1, 2017
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Tammy Gagne has written more than 100 books for both adults and children. She lives in northern New England with her husband, son, and a menagerie of animals.
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What I liked most about this book is that it isn’t your normal, plain old, boring encyclopedia. It has fun facts, is easy to carry around, has great pictures of the breeds, and has an excellent index and glossary. This is especially helpful when you want to find, for example, which breeds are “setters,” and which are “pointers.”
I would recommend this book to animal lovers and kids ages 8-13, but adults would probably love it, too! It is the perfect resource if you are thinking of getting a dog! I gave it 5 stars because, I liked it a lot and it was enjoyable to read. I hope a second edition will be released with even more content. It is a medium sized, non-fiction book and is 207 pages long. Happy Reading! Woof, Woof!
Brooke Z., age 10, Delaware Valley Mensa
The book has a great and attractive design, contains enough information suitable for children, without falling into excesses. The breed content is extensive, divided into 7 groups and there are many breeds recently approved by the American Kennel Club.
It is a great issue for our little ones who are eager for knowledge and facts about dogs, I totally recommend it.
My gratitude to the Publisher and NetGalley for allowing me to review the book
I was hoping that with the all-in-one volume that there would be a breed index at the back of the book - there's not.
The book is divided up into AKC breed categories.
The pictures are great, though not all breeds listed have photos.
There are descriptions and fun facts for most breeds.
Great as a look-through type book for kids and adults.
Needs better referencing (index + pictures of all breeds) in order to be a true encyclopedia even if it is just intended for kids.