Sunday, March 29, 2015

Review: National Geographic Readers: Cats vs. Dogs (National Geographic Kids) by Elizabeth Carney

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Chocolate or vanilla? Creamy peanut butter or crunchy? Cats or dogs? On some matters in life, every kid must take a stance. Ever since the first youngster in history had a pet, cats vs. dogs has been a hotly debated issue at recesses and lunch tables worldwide. Which one's better? Smarter? This reader presents the facts in fun and informative fashion. Kids will love the stimulating Level 3 text as they decide the answer to this question for themselves.
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When I saw this book I figured K would like learning the difference between cats and dogs. They are both fun pets to have but are very different, not only by their looks but how they act.
In Cats vs. Dogs we learn who has the scariest relatives, how cats and dogs are different in how they speak and what it means. How the are different in how they can smell things. After each part of comparing the animals we get a winner either it is a cat ,or dog, or a tie between the two. 
If you want some cool facts about cats and dogs read this book we both learned a lot.
The reading leave is set at a three and I would think this is good reading for the older kids to read on their own. But if you are reading to your child then this is good for ages 5 on up. 






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