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Artlist Collection: The Dog: Why Are Dogs' Noses Wet?

by Howie Dewin

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This book is about the anatomy and basic information regarding a dog's body. I t gives information to simple structures in the body and also differences in other animals.

This book is a good book for students to help learn about science and life forms of animals surrounding them. It may also help students learn a better way to take care of a pet.

I would relate this to the classroom by putting pictures on the board and asking the students to tell me the difference between two different animals. This way they could learn more different animal body types and also science at the same time. ( )
  JulianeAdams | May 7, 2008 |
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Photographs of and fun facts about dogs from a dogs perspective.

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