The Rat: The Disgusting Critters Series

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How is a rat disgusting? Rats can pick their noses with their tails. A rat can make itself as tiny as a quarter. Rats’ teeth keep growing. They keep their teeth short with filing. I learned that rats can chew through electrical cords and concrete and books. (You know, you are eating a picture of yourself!) Rats go poopy everywhere. The poop can carry diseases. Scientists study rats, because they are like people. (In the bathtub? That’s rude!) Rats are not cute. They eat garbage. (I wouldn’t keep a rat as a pet.) Rats are meaner than a mouse. They can use their tails a bit, like an opossum. They can lift things up with their tails.

There was enough information about rats in the book. It was interesting. The pictures were kind of funny. The rat’s hands aren’t furry in the pictures. People who like rats would like this book. I will read this book again. I can read it by myself. The Worm is still the best Disgusting Critters book I’ve read so far.

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Author Elise Gravel
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Tundra Books
Publish Date 05-Aug-2014
ISBN 9781770496583
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Issue September 2014
Category Children's


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