Non-Fiction - Animals

Great Horned Owlets Rescue

Where There's a Will, There's a Way....
By Cheryl Aguiar

Cheryl Aguiar loves animals of all kinds, domestic and wild. As a child, she marvelled at the wildlife around her and did all she could to rescue orphaned and injured creatures. She even saved a tree frog when the lawnmower accidentally ran it over, severing...

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The Reluctant Farmer of Whimsey Hill

By Bradford M. Smith,Lynn Raven,Nancy Raven Smith

I absolutely loved reading The Reluctant Farmer of Whimsey Hill. I wanted to move to Virginia immediately and buy a farm. The Smith family had horses, dogs, cats and an Angus steer named Pork Chop that the family calls Daddy’s cow. Brad meets Nancy at...

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How My Cat Made Me a Better Man

By Jeremy Feig

After graduating from college, Jeremy Feig decided to move to Los Angeles. Little did Jeremy know that his life in Los Angeles would not be a bed of roses. Once day Jeremy began to reflect on his life. He realized that it was the terrible...

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Zucchini's Zany Life

By Marilla Mulwane

Do you want a pet duck, but don't have a place outside for it? If only you could keep it in the house. Can you keep a pet duck in the house? Why not? But, how do you take care of a house duck? Zucchini's...

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Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona

By Garry Rogers

Birds of Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona is a non-fiction regional ornithology guide written by Garry Rogers. Rogers owns a 20-acre farm that borders on the Agua Fria River in Dewey-Humboldt. Since 1997, he's made a study of the wildlife species that are known to visit or inhabit...

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Healing a Child's Pet Loss Grief

A Guide for Parents
By Wendy Van de Poll

Healing a Child's Pet Loss Grief: A Guide for Parents by Wendy Van de Poll is a helpful non-fiction book on the impact of pets on people’s lives — adults and children alike — and how to cope with the illness or death of a...

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Pasha, From Animal Shelter to A Sheltered Life

By Inge H. Borg

Pasha: From Animal Shelter to a Sheltered Life by Inge H. Borg is the story of a shelter cat named Pasha, adopted by the author who is a volunteer at a local animal shelter. The story is told from a first person point of view...

Farm Sitting

How to Travel the World One Farm at a Time
By Donna Mulvenna

I was expecting Donna Mulvenna's book, Farm Sitting: How to Travel the World One Farm at a Time, to be anecdotal stories of life on other peoples' farms. Instead, I found a wonderful self-help guide to becoming a professional farm sitter. Donna Mulvenna briefly recounts...

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The Equine Legacy

How Horses, Mules, and Donkeys Shaped America
By C. S. Purdy

The Equine Legacy: How Horses, Mules, and Donkeys Shaped America by C.S. Purdy is a historical look at the life of horses and other equines in America primarily during the 19th and 20th centuries. Purdy has a light style that’s easy to read and allows...

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My Cat Has Died: What Do I Do?

Making Decisions and Healing the Trauma of Pet Loss
By Wendy Van de Poll

My Cat Has Died: What Do I Do? Making Decisions and Healing The Trauma of Pet Loss (The Pet Bereavement Series Book 4) by Wendy Van de Poll is a book for all cat lovers, and also for all those who are experiencing grief after...

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