Recent BLOG Posts
Rebecca Ascher-Walsh These are wonderful stories with fantastic photos accompanying them. One tale, about a wolf hybrid named Shana, will give you chills. A great book for dog lovers but also a good book to read to youngsters as a demonstration of animal compassion.
Ray Strobel No recipes for food, but 58 ways to make your dog love you even more, like painting his portrait, giving to a local charity in her name, going for a walk in the woods (that's Sophie's favorite!). A cute gift for dog lovers, especially those with first-time pups.
Brittni Vega The photographs alone are worth the price of admission to this delightful story of best friends, as told by Harlow, the Weimaraner who believes herself to be a miniature Dachshund. This will enchant dog lovers of all ages.
mugumogu Internet cat lovers will know this famous Scottish fold and his various antics. Here his owner, whose online name is mugumogu, shares their simple life in Japan and the extraordinary fun Maru has with boxes, etc.
Libby, photos by John Sheirer Libby is a Border Terrier who lives with her folks in Massachusetts. Her obvious wisdom and inspirational words are especially poignant when coupled with John Shierer's photos of Libby with her people, friends, and solo.
Melina Gerosa Bellows Foreword by Kate Hudson A lovely gift for Mom and also any child. The photos are beautiful, and the gentle tales told are inspiring. Purchase of any National Geographic book supports their mission, wich contributes to the understanding and protection of the animal kingdom.
Rachel Buchholz Some of these stories of unusual animal friendships may be familiar, particular that of Bella the dog and her loyal elephan friend Tarra. All are true and as such are touching and uplifting. This would be a great gift for a young person. The photos are true to National Geographic extraordinary quality.