Why do dogs have wet noses?
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Toronto : Kids Can Press, [2006].
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Columbia Pike Kids Nonfiction
J 636.7 COREN
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Dogs can see in the dark, outrun an Olympic sprinter and "speak" three languages. Their noses are a thousand times more sensitive than a human's, and they hear a whole lot better too. They are known for being man's best friends.

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Book
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64 unnumbered pages : color ; 24 cm.
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English
ISBN:
1553376579
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Level 5.3, 1 Points
Lexile measure:
1000

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Dogs can see in the dark, outrun an Olympic sprinter and "speak" three languages. Their noses are a thousand times more sensitive than a human's, and they hear a whole lot better too. They are known for being man's best friends.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Coren, S. (2006). Why do dogs have wet noses? Toronto: Kids Can Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Coren, Stanley. 2006. Why Do Dogs Have Wet Noses? Toronto: Kids Can Press.

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Coren, Stanley, Why Do Dogs Have Wet Noses? Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2006.

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Coren, Stanley. Why Do Dogs Have Wet Noses? Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2006. Print.

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