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- TFH Publications, Inc 2009; US$ 8.99
Over half a million US households own pet rats or mice, with both children and adults responsible for taking care of these adorable pets. Rats features all newly authored text by an expert on rodents and provides concise yet complete coverage of subjects such as selection, characteristics, feeding, housing, grooming, training, health and fun activities.... more...
- i5 Publishing 2012; US$ 24.95
From the remote mountainous regions of the Caucasus in southeastern Europe comes the Caucasian Mountain Dog, an ovcharka breed whose origins trace back 2,000 years. Employed by Russian shepherds to protect the flocks from predators, the Caucasian Mountain Dog is a discerning guardian, wary of strangers, that is at once fearless and dutiful. Due to... more...
- Short Books 2011; US$ 13.11
?The animal kingdom came to my rescue. It always has done. I suspect it always will. It rescued me at Sunnyhill Primary School, it rescued me in my adolescence, it has rescued me over and over again throughout my adult life.? In My Natural History Simon Barnes, like a modern-day Gerald Durrell, weaves together the story of his life via the animals... more...
- Profile 2010; US$ 25.58
In a most original book, science writer Henry Nicholls uses the rich and curious story of the panda from its discovery' 150 years ago in the highlands of China to its present international status as endearing icon of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF - fifty years old in 2011) and shy darling of the world's zoos to do several things... more...
- Greystone Books 2011; US$ 10.95
A true-to-life nature story for young readers, from the multi-award-winning creators of Tale of a Great White Fish . This moving, beautifully illustrated story follows a black bear cub?s life in the Pacific Northwest from his birth to his first salmon catch, uniting the cycles of bear and fish. A map and further information about bears and salmon... more...
- Adams Media 2008; US$ 9.95
You know much joy your furry friend adds to your life and in this stunning new collection you'll find fifty more cats that will steal your heart-one meow at a time. From a wayward Calico that rescues his family from a deadly snake to a sophisticated Siamese that helps to heal her ailing owner, A Cup of Comfort for Cat Lovers celebrates the courage,... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan Ltd. 2010; US$ 12.99
Jonathan Balcombe's follow-up to his successful first book, Pleasurable Kingdom, is an eloquent and scientifically informed account, which shatters the myth that animals eat and reproduce mindlessly and shows how we humans have to learn to treat them as sentient beings capable of feelings and pain and emotions. more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2010; US$ 16.99
For centuries we believed that humans were the only ones that mattered. The idea that animals had feelings was either dismissed or considered heresy. Today, that?s all changing. New scientific studies of animal behavior reveal perceptions, intelligences, awareness and social skills that would have been deemed fantasy a generation ago. The implications... more...
- Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99
Many animals are at risk of becoming extinct, or no longer part of the animal kingdom. When animals' habitats are destroyed or damaged, they can die because of lack of food and space to live. Forest habitats are very often destroyed because we cut down trees for wood. Some endangered animals are the Sumatran tiger, the ivory-billed woodpecker,... more...