Fiction - Animals

Padma and the Elephant Sutra

By Wayne Snowden

Padma and the Elephant Sutra by W.L. Snowden is a journey through history as elephants search for a better future, in an adventure filled with myth, history, and hope. When Padma is discovered in the water, the elephants find her strange as she has no...

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Pets Aplenty

By Malcolm Welshman

Pets Aplenty by Malcolm Welshman is the third in a series of stories following the escapades of Paul Mitchell, a novice vet. Paul works at Prospect House Veterinary Hospital and not a day passes when he doesn’t get into trouble of some sort. He tackles...

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Piggy

By Karen Malena

Piggy by Karen Malena is a delightful story involving a cat and a mouse and their unusual friendship. Goober, a mother cat, has an adopted kitten, Peanut, and she entertains him by telling him the story of Piggy the cat and a mouse named Melvin....

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PUHA

Master of the Wild - Volume 1
By J Bradley Van Tighem

J Bradley Van Tighem’s novel Puha, Master of the Wild, Volume 1, unravels in the late 1700s, when wolves, buffaloes, and grizzly bears freely wandered the southern plains of Texas. This was also the time when Comanche Indians roamed the land with their horses, spears,...

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Pu'ukani's Song

A Short Story
By Hannah Steenbock

Pu'ukani's Song by Hannah Steenbock is (literally) about Pu'ukani's song. Pu'ukani is a whale who is a magic weaver and a singer. The book is a heart rending tale of a whale who takes us with him on his journey of life. The challenges he...

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Pidgy's Surprise

By Jeanne Mellin

Cindy Sawyer is a little girl who owns a pony named Pidgy. Because other children she admires now have horses, Cindy is dissatisfied with Pidgy and she daydreams about having a horse of her own rather than a pony. To Pidgy's Surprise, author and illustrator...