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Children's LiteraturePrairie dogs are rodents that live in burrows. This book uses easy terms to explain how the prairie dog makes and uses their burrow. There are fifteen to twenty words per page. Early readers will appreciate the large print and the amazing full-page photographs. The photographs add to the text and aid the reader in deciphering words. There is a simple table of contents that lists three chapters, the glossary, an index/word list, and additional suggested sources. The recommended Internet site provides the reader with access to the "facthound" database. As the content in this book supports national life science standards it would certainly supplement any school or classroom library. It also serves as a great introduction to informational books. It is part of the "Animal Homes" series. 2005, Capstone Press, Ages 5 to 7.