These golden-colored canines live in Australia and parts of Southeast Asia. Even though dingoes look a lot like pet dogs, they behave more like wolves. In fact, they even howl like wolves. Dingoes eat rabbits, rats, birds, and lizards, and roam great distances to find food. Mother dingoes raise families of about five pups, caring for the babies until they are six months old. In this coming-of-age introduction to dingoes, readers will see how these pups learn how to hunt for prey and survive on their own. The lively text, colorful pages, and exquisite photos are sure to delight and engage emergent readers.