Prolific science writer Susan E. Goodman has delighted young audiences with her informative- and always entertaining- works. In It's a Dog's Life, Goodman explores such canine quandaries as, ''Why do dogs sniff everything?'' and ''What do they see when they look at a sunset?'' Goodman's engaging, humorous writing style grabs young listeners and proves the perfect vehicle for offering choice tidbits on canine evolution, breeds, and behavior.
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"Speaking on behalf of canines, narrator Johnny Heller delivers a spirited performance of Goodman's fact-filled look at dogs, setting the record straight about why dogs do what they do. Dogs and people do not "see eye to eye or hear ear to ear," after all. Balancing the engaging mix of the informative and the sentimental, Heller informs listeners about the curiosities of canine behavior and encourages a greater level of understanding. Christina Moore finishes the presentation by offering a human point of view. Her clear narration of a concise history of dogs rounds out this engaging introduction to man's best friend. A.S. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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