It's a Dog's Life: How Man's Best Friend Sees, Hears, and Smells the WorldHardback
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- Publisher: Flash Point
- Format: Hardback | 32 pages
- Dimensions: 208mm x 257mm x 15mm | 340g
- Publication date: 3 July 2012
- Publication City/Country: New York, NY
- ISBN 10: 1596434481
- ISBN 13: 9781596434486
- Illustrations note: colour illustrations
- Sales rank: 1,225,900
Have you ever wondered what your dog sees when he looks at a sunset? Or what she smells when she has her nose to the ground? And what IS your pooch trying to say when he looks at you with those big puppy eyes? With a thoroughly silly text and adorable illustrations, IT'S DOG'S LIFE answers those questions and a whole lot more. Covering everything from dog breeds to their evolution and behavior, this accessible nonfiction book is sure to satisfy even the most voracious fact hounds.
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Susan E. Goodman likes taking long walks, would never put a dog in a costume, and is a soft touch when it comes to giving out treats. She is a busy author whose recent books include "See How They Run: Campaign Dreams, Election Schemes and the Race to the White House" and "All in Just One Cookie," an ALA Notable. David Slonim's dog, Maggie, has taught him many things about dogness, including how to bark your head off when the doorbell rings, how to lie around doing nothing, and how to eat without chewing. David is the award-winning author/ illustrator of "He Came with the Couch" and "Oh Ducky!." He has illustrated many other books, including "Ten Turkeys in the Road," "How to Teach a Slug to Read," "Silly Tilly "and "Moishe's Miracle," a "New York Times" Top 10 Books of the Year selection.
"Children will be barking up the right tree with this enjoyable read."--"Kirkus""An agreeable and enlightening jumble of facts and humor."--"Publishers Weekly"