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To learn how to make chocolate chip cookies

Non-Fiction

100

A restaurant menu

Non-Fiction

100

A book informing you all about bats

Non-Fiction

100

A book telling you about the seasons

Non-Fiction

200

A Letter to Santa Clause

Fiction

200

An advertisement in the newspaper

Non-Fiction

200

An atlas?

Non-Fiction

200

 A book containing labels and charts?

Non-Fiction

300

 A web page telling you about the weather

Non-Fiction

300

A poster leƫting you know when the book fair will be held 

Non-Fiction

300

Harry Potter books

Fiction

300

The Lion King

Fiction

400

To be entertained about an alien adventure

Fiction

400

 A travel brochure

Non-Fiction

400

 A fairy tale?

Fiction

400

The Life Cycle of Frogs

Non-Fiction

500

Informaton to assemble your new toy

Non-Fiction

500

A telephone book

Non-fiction

500

 Dr. Seuss books

Fiction

500

Man’s Best Friend 

The relationship between people and dogs is quite unique. Dogs are domestic animals. They are capable of performing many tasks for humans. Dogs can herd sheep, pull sleds, assist hunters, sniff out drugs, fetch newspapers and they can guide the blind. From rescue dogs to assistance dogs, dogs have made themselves indispensable people. However, the usefulness of dogs doesn’t account for the unique bond between people and their dogs. People love their dogs, they pamper them and they buy them toys. People’s pet dog’s happiness is important to them. People train their dogs to play with them; like catching balls and sƟcks. It has been said that Americans spend up to $41 billion a year on their dogs! People interact with their dogs almost as if they were humans!  When an owner’s dog dies, the owners feel lost without them and they will mourn their loss deeply. These are just some of the reasons that ultimately make a dog, man’s best friend.

Non-Fiction

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