Prehistoric cave dwellers take in a wild canine and turn him into the world’s first tame dog.
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How did modern dogs become what it is today. Well this book starts off with stating that dogs are descended of wolfs, but no one really knows how the first dog was tamed. However, the author has a theory. It all started thousands of years ago, when men and women would travel to find food. At the time, there was also a pack of wolves. During the night, while the people gathered around the fireplace cooking food, the wolves would also gather to eat the leftovers. Then one day a dead wolf appeared.
I really found this book to be very entertaining, while at the same time very informational. A lot of kids love dogs. So by informing kids, the history of dogs, I think is very helpful, while at the same time the kids could really get intrigued by it. I thought it was very smart of the author to state in the beginning that the story was her theory, because nobody really knows how the first dog became tamed. So this story might be true, and it also might not. However, I still think it was a good read. The way the story moved, and the way it was organized, I thought was all good. I really liked the ending. I never even thought of what dog spelled backwards was. The way the author put that in her story was really clever.
I personally thought the illustrations was perfect for the story of this book. The book tells a story of what happened many years ago, so I thought the black and while, cave drawing style, fit the mood and made the story more entertaining. Even without reading the book, the readers can clearly tell the story takes place many years ago, by looking at the drawings. The drawings really made the story more intense, and really put in the mood. Overall, I did not find any major dislikes to this book.