Science Comics: Dogs: From Predator to Protector by Andy Hirsch

Science Comics: Dogs: From Predator to Protector

How well do you know our favorite furry companion? Did they really descend from wolves? What's the difference between a Chihuahua and a Saint Bernard? And just how smart are they? Join one friendly mutt on a journey to discover the secret origin of dogs, how genetics and evolution shape species, and where in the world his favorite ball bounced off to.Every volume of Scienc...

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Science Comics: Dogs: From Predator to Protector Reviews

  • Carla Johnson-Hicks
    This is not just a graphic novel. Science comics are full of interesting information, detailed illustrations, use of topic and more. This particular one teaches about genetics, adaptations, breeding and evolution particularly with dogs.In this book we meet Rudy, a pet dog who visits the local dog pa...
  • Suz
    Rudy (a dog), is the narrator of this volume in the Science Comics series. He tells us that he is a "canardly" - you can 'ardly tell what breed. While at the local dog park, Rudy chases his favorite ball into the past. He explains to readers how dogs evolved from wild predators to tame companions an...
  • Jenny
    Just so you know, this review was not written by the human who normally posts stuff here. This review was written by her dog. Some of you may have enjoyed my previous review of _The Dog Master_, which made my tail wag. That’s right, humans, I’m back. I figured out the code to unlock the iP...
  • Roger
    Fun educational, cutting-edge scientific information!I am very surprised with this book, scientific information about the origin of dogs is very well explained for children and adolescents. The part of genetics and evolution goes deep and touches enough detail to make clear the most important aspect...
  • Stacey Shapiro
    Too much science needs more dogs...
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  • First Second Books
    In this volume we follow an adorable Cocker Jack named Rudy on a exciting trip to the dog park. There he introduces us to to his friends and works through key scientific principles from Gregory Mendel, Charles Darwin, and Dmitir Belyaev to explain dog taxonomy, origin, genetic makeup, and much more!...

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