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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
A Child's Book of Dog Body Language with Pictures: Help Keep Children Safe by Amber Richards is a read aloud book for parents for their kids, or even any adult to read to kids. It is a useful and helpful book that will ease the fear kids have of dogs, tell them how to treat dogs and be careful of them, and prevent dog bites. There is a note to adults initially, asking them to read the book first before they read it out to kids. They can decide, depending on each child's temperament and the kind of personal relationships they have had with dogs.
I find the thought of a book like this very original. The basics of how to treat a dog in general are discussed. The author covers extensively all the topics that come into consideration while speaking of dog safety. The book also tells children how to understand the body language of a dog while they are near it. And if one can understand the feelings of their dogs, one can bond better with them. The book encourages a healthy relationship between kids and dogs. The pictures in the book are cute. Dogs’ eyes, mouths, tails and posture are also discussed. The pictures give a lighter feeling to the contents in the book. Prevention can go a long way in protecting kids when it comes to dogs and this book is really helpful in guiding parents.