Cute, Furry, and Deadly: Diseases You Can Catch from Your Pet!

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Franklin Watts, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Review: Cute, Furry, and Deadly: Diseases You Can Catch from Your Pet! (24/7: Science Behind the Scenes)

User Review  - Ms. Yingling - Goodreads

The Scholastic 24/7 books on war are very popular in my library, so I looked into the Science Behind the Scenes series. This volumn presents several real life cases where pets made their owners very ... Read full review


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