Text and photographs present an introduction to the cat breed known as the Manx, including its growth from kitten to adult, and pet care information.
Children's Literature - Carrie Hane HungWith the Manx, readers learn that not all cats have tails and not all Manx cats are tailless. The Manx is a different breed in the feline family. There are many different characteristics about the Manx that make this cat distinctive. For instance, the sound that the Manx cat makes is called a trill. Young readers can learn about the Manx cat features and look at the colorful photographs found on each spread in this informational text which includes a simple glossary and an index. Those readers wanting to learn more about the Manx cat will find a brief list of other books about cats and cat care, along with Internet sites through FactHound. This book is similarly structured like the others in the "Cat" set which describes other breeds of felines. The amount of text is brief but the book provides an opportunity to explore a simple, introductory level nonfictional book. Reviewer: Carrie Hane Hung
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