Friday, November 8, 2013

Display - We Love Our Pets


Top 10 Birds for Kids
By Wendy Mead
What type of bird should I get? Birds come in all different colors and sizes. Some are loud, others are quiet. This book can help you pick the best pet for you and your family. The top 10 birds are approved by the American Humane Association and are listed alphabetically.

By Tristan Boyer Binns
This book explores the fun parts about keeping fish as pets. It describes how to properly care for a fish including feeding and aquarium care. The book also includes expert tips on fish care.

Rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, and other small mammals make great pets. They may all be cute and fuzzy, but each animal is special. This book can help you pick the best pet for you and your family. The top 10 small mammals are approved by the American Humane Association and are listed alphabetically.

By Laura S. Jeffrey
Provides information on cats as pets, including how to choose among different breeds, find a cat to buy or adopt, and how to feed and keep a cat healthy.
 
By Liz Palika
 Training a dog is a big responsibility and a lot of fun! Understand the basics of keeping your pet healthy and follow step by step instructions and photos to help you teach him the coolest tricks. You can even learn a second language dog language to help figure out what your dog is trying to tell you.
 
By Ann Gaines
 Some dogs are big, some are small. Some like to play, others like to snuggle. What type of dog should I adopt? This book can help you pick the best pet for you and your family. The top 10 dogs are approved by the American Humane Association and are listed alphabetically.

By Dana Meachen Rau
There are many types of cats. Each one has special needs. What type is best for me? This book can help you pick the best pet for you and your family. The top 10 cats are approved by the American Humane Association and are listed alphabetically.

The Cat and Co. take off to the faraway land of Gerpletz where they know quite a lot about caring for pets--especially cats, dogs, guinea pigs, birds, and bunnies! From the food, shelter, exercise, and medical care they need to the love and companionship they crave, the Cat teaches beginning readers how to keep their pets (and themselves!) healthy, safe, and happy.

 By Jean Craighead George
Describes how cats communicate with people through their behavior and sounds and explains how to talk back to them using sounds, behavior, and body language.

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