My Pet Puppy by Honor Head, Jane Burton


My Pet Puppy by Honor Head, Jane Burton

Looking after a pet helps children to understand the implications of caring for others. 'Ideal for young first-time pet owners. An outstanding series.' - School Librarian 'Very impressive' - Books in Schools * New in paperback, these delightful and informative titles, endorsed by the PDSA (People's Dispensary for Sick Animals), are designed to teach children about how to choose and look after a pet. * Each book tells about the different breeds of a cat or dog (including the advantages and disadvantages of each) feeding and handling the pet and the animal's life cycle - from birth to adulthood. * A special section for parents explains how they can help their child to understand the responsibility that they have and how to cope with the death of a pet. * Specially commissioned photographs illustrate both the various breeds of pet and the caring instructions. * Each book contains a glossary of difficult words and an index.

About the Author

Honor Head has worked in publishing as an editor and writer for many years. She has written both fiction and non-fiction for children's magazines and annuals, and has developed a series of story/activity books for 7-11 year olds. She lives in Surrey. * Jane Burton is well-known as a leading photographer of animals and children. Her work has been published by Dorling Kindersley and Usborne, and she lives in Guildford, Surrey.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 7-10


Honor Head, Jane Burton
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Publication date

10th January 2002



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