A Dog in the Cave: The Wolves Who Made Us Human Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-04-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" This book is fascinating. Although we take for granted that wolves became dogs as a direct result of their domestication (regardless of how that domestication occurred), I had not previously come across the suggestion that perhaps humans evolved into what we are now as a direct result of our species's interaction with dogs. However, there are many scientists who now believe this to be the case.Fascinating. " said.

"A great book for dog lovers everywhere, finally science supports what we knew all a long. It is a simpler read compared to textbooks and science journals since it is juvenile nonfiction, and breaks down the big ideas into easy to understand tidbits. The layout is easy to follow and the subject flows smoothly. The pictures are pleasant and intriguing accents to the wealth of information.

It would make a good starter/introduction to those who want to explore various aspects of biology or psychology.
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" Interesting read but way too long for YA nonfiction. " said.

" Attractively designed, engagingly written, and full of fascinating information about how dogs evolved from wolves and the development of the remarkable human-canine bond. " said.

" This was super interesting in parts, but it has a hard focus on canine genetics and paleontology. I can't see a teen sticking with it, but it had lots of pictures of cute dogs. " said.

" What a fascinating book! I couldn't stop talking about it to people while I was reading (probably pretty annoying to friends and coworkers). My only complaint was the placement of insert info in the middle of chapters. Otherwise a great read for scientists of all ages. " said.

" While the book is well written, as a dog lover I struggled to get through the text. I was expecting more of a story line than an informational text. While I believe that kids who are looking for information will enjoy this, it will not have a wide audience appeal. " said.

" I didn't expect to love this book as much as I did. This simple scientific look at the history of dogs and human and how we affect each other was fascinating. I recommended it to a colleague, who is finding it equally enthralling. Definitely one to check out! " said.

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