Science Comics: Dogs: From Predator to Protector

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Rudy is a dog, and he’s talking to you about dogs. This book is a graphic novel. It discusses classification. It explains how dogs evolved. Human dumps helped dogs evolve. The friendly ones got more food. There’s a long section on genes and dominance. It’s detailed and difficult to understand. Dogs who have long snouts can see far around. Dogs can see purple, but they cannot see red or orange. They hear things we can’t hear. Smelling is their best sense. People make different breeds because they want to. One of the first dog jobs was livestock guardian. There’s a glossary in the back.

Kids who like dogs will like this book. There are other Science Comics books. I like the illustrations. He does a good job on all the different dog breeds. The Pekingese is my favorite breed. The note at the end is my favorite. It is about how you should adopt a dog. I found the section about the evolution of dogs the most interesting. The breeds section was my second favorite and senses was my third favorite. I’ll read more Science Comics.

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Author Andy Hirsch
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 128 pages
Publisher First Second
Publish Date 2017-Oct-31
ISBN 9781626727687
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Issue April 2018
Category Tweens


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