dog family (mammals)

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20 fun facts about coyotes

"What's that howling in the night? Is it a neighborhood dog, or maybe a wolf? No, it's a coyote! Readers of this fascinating book will meet the mysterious coyote, the canine unique to North and South America. They'll learn incredible facts about these clever creatures, such as that they are likely the first animals ever domesticated by humans! Broken down into accessible fun facts accompanied by vivid photographs and graphic organizers, this informative text introduces readers to coyote habitats, adaptations, diet, and other key information about this highly intelligent species"--Provided by publisher.

Wild Kratts

Zoologists Chris and Martin Kratt teach young readers about wild dogs and canines.

Arctic wolves

2021
"Relevant images match informative text in this introduction to Arctic wolves. Intended for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.

Wild Kratts

Zoologists Chris and Martin Kratt teach young readers about wild dogs and canines.

Dog

Text and photographs highlight the evolutionary history of the dog family, their domestication, anatomy, behavior, and breeds.
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Dog

Text and photographs highlight the evolutionary history of the dog family, their domestication, anatomy, behavior, and breeds.

The dog family

2004
Simple text compares and contrasts members of the dog family in terms of where they live, body features, eating habits, and size. Species featured include foxes, African hunting dogs, dingoes, coyotes, black-backed jackals, gray wolves, and domestic dogs.

Your dog's wild cousins

1994
Discusses fifteen wild cousins of the dog.

Pups, dogs, foxes, and wolves

stories, poems, and verse
1979
An anthology of classic and contemporary stories, humorous verse and serious poetry, and folktales from around the world, all extolling the canine family.

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