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The Girl Who Grew Up Saving Animals

by Kristine Morris

In this book about animal rescues, basic guidelines for acquiring puppies or adult dogs come alongside accounts of the joys of giving rescued animals a second chance. "The Girl Who Grew Up Saving Animals" is Karen Burnett’s heartfelt... Read More

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Our Oldest Companions

by Rebecca Foster

In "Our Oldest Companions", Pat Shipman delves into the history of canine domestication, marveling that dogs have chosen to associate with humans. Focusing on coevolution and the dingoes of Australia, she illuminates “how mutually... Read More

Book Review

How to Examine a Wolverine

by Melissa Wuske

The deep, heartfelt essays of veterinarian Philipp Schott’s "How to Examine a Wolverine" read like rewarding animal memes. Drawing on years of experience, Schott’s bite-sized, real-life stories are organized by animal type, from... Read More

Book Review

Rascal

by Rebecca Foster

"Rascal" is a graphic novel about a destructive but endearing cat. Realistic illustrations of feline antics reveal the pros and cons of pet ownership, including unforeseen life changes. A young woman returns from a trip to discover that... Read More

Book Review

Beeble's Story

by Delia Stanley

Beeble’s Story is a sweet animal tale narrated by a sentimental and beloved horse. Jill Cawsey’s Beeble’s Story is a love letter to equine culture and to the relationships developed between horses and humans. Beeble and Praze are... Read More

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