Guinea Pigs and Other Rodents
This book is suitable for ages 6-9. Although guinea pigs are roly-poly, they aren't actually pigs! These cute rodents make great pets for children who like to interact with animals. The full-colour photographs, clear illustrations, and easy-to-understand text in Guinea Pigs explain: all the breeds available; preparing a comfortable home; play-time tips; grooming fur and teeth; the sounds guinea pigs make; and when to visit a veterinarian.
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