My Hamster and Me
Barron's Educational Series, 2001 - Pets - 65 pages
Here are games, activities, toys, owners' checklists and much more to help make owning hamsters lots of fun for both pet and owner. Books in the For the Love of Animals series are for new and inexperienced pet owners, parents whose kids would like to have a pet, and kids who simply want to know more about animals that make good pets. Emphasis is on building loving relationships between owners and pets. In this book, the nature and traits of the hamster are explained, and recommendations are given for interaction between pets and owners. The book is delightfully illustrated with vivid, heartwarming color photos and attractive pictorial charts. Several gatefold pages open wide to present photo essays and other visually attractive features that will appeal to both adults and younger pet owners. Topics covered in all titles in this series include: Golden rules of pet care ... Getting to know your pet ... Building love and trust between owner and pet ... Fun and games with your pet ... Caring for your pet in its old age. There are approximately 80 attractive full-color photos and drawings to supplement a fact-filled text.
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