A Pet Vet talks about his work. Readers follow a day in his life as he treats pets that children have brought in. Features of the Pet Vet Book – Non-fiction text features – glossary, index, definitions, case studies, photographs, labels, – First-person narrative in the present tense, – Case studies of animals, – Descriptions of people’s occupations, – Specialised vocabulary – veterinarian, clinic, receptionist, schedule, temperature, – Animal words – parakeet, turtle, rabbit, cat, dog, guinea pig, Purpose Pet Vet can be used to introduce and reinforce the following skills: – making connections between children’s experiences and the text, – formulating questions, – developing strategies for reading unknown words, – using charts and diagrams to record important details.
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Themes covered in this book are: Pets, Responsibility
Reading Level: 21-22 (Gold)