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So, You Want to Work with Animals?: Discover Fantastic Ways to Work with Animals, from Veterinary Science to Aquatic Biology (Be What You Want) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-01 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:1582705976
LANGUAGE:English

" I would highly recommend this book to anyone thinking about a career with animals! I am an aspiring veterinarian and found tons of useful information on what and how I could specialize in particular fields. I felt that although it was geared towards kids/teens, it included stories of non-traditional journeys that reminded you it's never too late! It is extremely comprehensive and a fun read for all ages. I especially enjoyed the various interviews, quizzes, and fun facts. " said.

"Considering a career working with animals? If so, this solid introduction to animal-related careers could help. Using an upbeat, chatty tone, it provides an impressive set of options with enough details to allow readers to envision training for and then doing each career. Chapters cover working with domestic, wild, and farm animals, bugs, birds, and fishes, animal protection, working animals, and research animals. The author utilizes a variety of formats, such as lists, spotlights on industry trailblazers, quizzes, and q and a interviews, many with young people who are already working with animals. Simple black and white drawings further break up the text. The extensive end matter includes an entire chapter of resources sorted by topic, as well as a glossary, end notes, and a bibliography. On the 'con' side: It could use an index. Also, since so many specifics are provided, some of the information will begin to go out of date right away. For instance, Barnum & Bailey Circus was mentioned as an animal-related employer, but they announced just last month that they are closing. " said.

" I would highly recommend this book to anyone thinking about a career with animals! I am an aspiring veterinarian and found tons of useful information on what and how I could specialize in particular fields. I felt that although it was geared towards kids/teens, it included stories of non-traditional journeys that reminded you it's never too late! It is extremely comprehensive and a fun read for all ages. I especially enjoyed the various interviews, quizzes, and fun facts. " said.

"Considering a career working with animals? If so, this solid introduction to animal-related careers could help. Using an upbeat, chatty tone, it provides an impressive set of options with enough details to allow readers to envision training for and then doing each career. Chapters cover working with domestic, wild, and farm animals, bugs, birds, and fishes, animal protection, working animals, and research animals. The author utilizes a variety of formats, such as lists, spotlights on industry trailblazers, quizzes, and q and a interviews, many with young people who are already working with animals. Simple black and white drawings further break up the text. The extensive end matter includes an entire chapter of resources sorted by topic, as well as a glossary, end notes, and a bibliography. On the 'con' side: It could use an index. Also, since so many specifics are provided, some of the information will begin to go out of date right away. For instance, Barnum & Bailey Circus was mentioned as an animal-related employer, but they announced just last month that they are closing. " said.

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