National Geographic Kids Can't Get Enough Dog Stuff
National Geographic Kids Can't Get Enough Dog Stuff

Can't Get Enough Dog Stuff

By Moira Rose Donohue


Publication Date: April 4, 2023

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Ages 7 to 10, Grades 2 to 5

Prepare for the pooches! Leap into the perfect combination of facts, stories, photos, and fun stuff all about one of the world’s most favorite animals—DOGS!

Dogs are popular pets all over the world. They do just about everything with us: cuddle on couches, hike through the hills, and even sometimes sleep on our beds. And they come in all shapes and sizes, with breeds ranging from tiny toys to gargantuan giants. Dogs have been people’s constant companions for thousands of years, and there’s almost no end to the jobs they do for us. It’s no wonder we call dogs our best friends!

For animal lovers who are absolutely obsessed with everything dogs, this book has it all: tons of mind-blowing facts; all the breeds; exciting games; hands-on activities; hilarious dog jokes; and fascinating research, such as whether dogs recognize themselves in the mirror.

Key features include:

Roundups of the coolest, most talented, incredible dogs on EarthArticles on surprising dog research and hands-on accounts from expertsMore than 250 stunning photographsHilarious dog jokesDetailed diagrams and infographicsHands-on activities you can try at homeQuizzes and games to test your knowledge

This fun-tastic series from National Geographic Kids combines fun facts, photos, info-packed articles, incredible statistics, and entertaining extras all in a single book. The winning combination of running text and short bursts of information keeps kids excited and engaged. It's a one-stop shop for everything kids want about their favorite topic.

From telling jokes that'll make you groan to impressing friends with awesome facts, kids will love sharing what they’ve learned about dogs and will want to fetch this book again and again.

About the Author

Moira Rose Donohue is the author of all sorts of nonfiction books for children, including the Little Kids First Big Book of the Rain Forest and Little Kids First Big Book of Rocks and Minerals, Kangaroo to the Rescue, and Parrot Genius, all from National Geographic. Born in Queens, New York, she now lives in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Stephanie Gibeault’s first career was as a biologist, and she found herself swarmed by marmoset monkeys and grumbled at by gorillas. Later, she combined her academic background with her love of dogs and became a certified professional dog trainer. Now, as a freelance writer, Gibeault shares her enthusiasm for animals and science with others. She writes articles for the American Kennel Club as well as funny fiction and fascinating nonfiction for children.

Author Residence: St. Petersburg, Florida

Format: Trade Paperback

Length: 128 pages

Publisher: National Geographic Kids

Publication Date: April 4, 2023

ISBN: 9781426373770

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