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Meet some of the biggest dogs around in Big Dogs Rule! From the lovable Saint Bernard, a breed that can be taller than its owners when standing on its hind legs, to the ever-popular Labrador retriever, whose large, energetic pups can be trained to be guide dogs, the real-life stories of these colossal canines will amaze readers as they learn about the unique history and personality of each breed.

 
Title   ATOS Format Qty
Big Dogs Rule (6 titles)
Cover: German Shepherd: Super Smart German Shepherd: Super Smart 5.6
Cover: Great Dane: Gentle Giant Great Dane: Gentle Giant 4.9
Cover: Labrador Retriever: Most Popular Labrador Retriever: Most Popular 5.2
Cover: Newfoundland: Water Rescuer Newfoundland: Water Rescuer 4.9
Cover: Rottweiler: Super Courageous Rottweiler: Super Courageous 5.1
Cover: Saint Bernard: Mountain Rescuer Saint Bernard: Mountain Rescuer 5.1
Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 7
Reading Level Grade 3
BISACS JNF003060
Genre Nonfiction, Great for Hi-Lo Readers, Narrative Nonfiction
Copyright 2012
Publisher Bearport Publishing
Series Big Dogs Rule
Language English
Number of Pages 32
ISBN 9781617722943, 9781617723322, 9781617723728
Title Format Reinforced book, Hosted eBook, Savings Bundle
Dimensions 8 x 10
 

Big Dogs Rule

Each volume begins with a notable member of the title breed (e.g., Saint Bernard Katie, a therapy dog at a public library). The books then give very broad histories of the breeds, with information about physical characteristics, personality, intelligence, and suitability as pets. “At a Glance” and “Best in Show” diagrams are also included. Numerous photographs enhance interest for dog lovers.

Big Dogs Rule

Each volume begins with a notable member of the title breed (e.g., Saint Bernard Katie, a therapy dog at a public library). The books then give very broad histories of the breeds, with information about physical characteristics, personality, intelligence, and suitability as pets. “At a Glance” and “Best in Show” diagrams are also included. Numerous photographs enhance interest for dog lovers.

Big Dogs Rule

To pull readers in, each title begins with the story of an individual dog helping humans. The rest of the chapters cover the history of the breed, physical characteristics, temperament, and training. Maps show the dogs’ various places of origin. “At a Glance” fact pages succinctly summarize data such as size, color, and life span, while the “Best in Show” diagrams delineate what judges look for in each breed. The colorful spreads each contain two or three paragraphs of text, photos, and sidebars (shaped like dog tags). Although there is some material on what type of home is best for each breed, these are not pet-care guides.

Index
Glossary of key words
Table of contents
Author/Illustrator biography
Detailed maps
Full-color photographs, Full-color illustrations