Recent BLOG Posts
Marc Bekoff Foreword by Jane Goodall Marc Bekoff spent years studying social communication in a wide range of species. This invaluable book shows that animals have rich emotional lives, and serves as a clarion call for reassessing both how we view animals and how we treat them.
Tom Ryan This bestselling memoir of a middle-aged, overweight newspaperman deciding to climb all 48 peaks in New Hampshire to raise money for charity is inspiring and unforgettable. Ryan learns to follow Atticus's lead in more than mountain climbing!
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.
Ellen Cooney The story of two women and a whole pack of dogs who find rescue and redemption at a training school called The Sanctuary. "This book will grab your heart and not let go."—John Grogan, author of Marley & Me
Spencer Quinn Number four in the Chet and Bernie Mystery series, and just as brilliant as the first three. This time around, a boy is missing from a wilderness camp. His mother thinks her ex-husband is to blame, but Chet's always reliable nose leads Bernie in a new and dangerous direction.
Elizabeth Letts "If you loved the story of Seabiscuit, the surprise champion racehorse, make a date to check out the true story of Snowman."—San Jose Mercury News This New York Times bestseller is about a legendary horse who beat the odds. Don't miss this one!
Buck Brannaman with William Reynolds Anyone fortunate enough to experience one of Buck Brannaman's clinics can tell you he is an amazing horseman and instructor, a true horse whisperer, as opposed to many who claim that mantle.