Not horsey but...

lovecharles

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I am currently working on a children's non-fiction book to help teach how to care for small animals.

'Happy Fuzzies' will be a fun, easy to understand book, probably focusing on small mammals (rodents).

I'd like to gather ideas and research for the book, so I can target it and write in a way children can understand and enjoy and to make sure i have all my facts right!

Please take min to fill out this if you have children
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=AflpriA8Jqjeboa0LsdAPQ_3d_3d

thank you and any comments/ideas/help welcome
 

gails

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What a great idea. I have filled in the survey, but forgot to say that perhaps goldfish would be a good addition.

Daisy was bought these for her birthday and she loves feeding them.

Perhap[s not the most exciting pet, but gets her really involved in the fact that she has to feed them or they become ill, and it is no biggie if she forgets, as I can do it
 

Dubsie

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I've suggested chickens and hamsters. Chickens are extremely popular now and increasing in numbers rapidly (we've had them for years but in the last year about 5 kids in daughters class got them too). Hamsters are IMO more popular than mice, rats, degue, chipmunk and ferrets put together!
 
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