Weekly Roundup: Vet Set Go! Award-Winning Book – January 3-9, 2016

Vet Set Go

It’s Tuesday and it’s time for the first Weekly Roundup post of 2016! Every week companies, publishers, developers, and inventors send us media, products, and services from all over the world. We pair each submission with five evaluators. The best products and services earn our award. Our evaluators are not only experts, they are parents and educators just like you, so they understand what you’re looking for in a quality product. We only awarded one product last week, but it sure is a great one! Learn all about Vet Set Go! below.

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Award-Winning Children's book — Vet Set Go!

Vet Set Go!
Written by Dr. Chris Carpenter
Allison Landis Stone

Millions of tweens and teens like you have decided that they want a career as an animal doctor.

Vet Set Go! is your guide to exploring veterinary medicine. It doesn’t matter if you are 9 years old or 14 years old. This book will show you ways that you can get animal experience, volunteer, learn animal science, meet veterinarians, and connect with other aspiring veterinarians. Each chapter will present an activity you can try, share one or two “case studies” or examples, and finish by giving you step-by-step action plans
on what you need to do to make it all happen.

Juvenile Books (Level 2 – Ages 9 to 12):
Non-Fiction – General

Purchase here

17 Comments on “Weekly Roundup: Vet Set Go! Award-Winning Book – January 3-9, 2016”

  1. My granddaughter would love this book,she has two cats and is so good in taking care of all their needs,she hopes to grow up and get a job helping animals.

  2. I went to the link and signed up for an account for my daughter and I’ll be ordering the book soon. Thanks again.

  3. I think this is an awesome book for any child wanting to become a veterinarian. This will help give them an idea of what they will be doing and what it will take to achieve that goal. Also it will give them great respect for animals!! I think it would be great for a science project for high school students just to make them aware of the animal control problems in our world. Just for starters. Lots of lessons to be learned!! Love this!!!

  4. It would make me so happy if one of my kids became a vet. If I could go back to school, which I know I can it’s just really hard after being away so long, I would study to be a vet tech.

    1. I know what you mean, Sarah! I absolutely love animals and think a vet tech job would be great. Maybe volunteering at the local animal shelter would satisfy the same craving in you? Also, it sounds like this book might make a great gift for your kids. :)

  5. My daughter would love this book. She is a big reader, enjoys the chapter books. Has such a passion for animals. I am going to get this for an Easter present.

    1. That’s awesome Tanya! We hope she enjoys this book as much as our evaluators did. Thank you for the nice comment!

    1. Nice, Melissa! She’d probably enjoy this book! She sounds like a very caring girl. Animal lovers are often very sweet people.

  6. My daughter would so enjoy this! She has a heart for animals and I think this would give her such s treasured and educational experience!

    1. That’s great Dana! Maybe would make a great gift for her for an upcoming birthday? It really is a great book.

  7. My daughter wants to be a Horse vet as she calls it and I think this book would be a great tool for her education in that area.

    1. A Horse Vet! We love that, Crystal! It takes a very caring and compassionate child to want to be a Vet! We hope she enjoys this book! Sounds like it’d be really good for her.

      1. Thanks, she is very tender hearted. She is also tough, she has a great affection for animal books. I’m going to look this one up to order.

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