Non-Fiction - Animals

Hogan's Hope

A Deaf Hero's Inspirational Quest for Love and Acceptance
By Connie Bombaci

Hogan’s Hope: A Deaf Hero’s Inspirational Quest for Love and Acceptance is the true story of a dog rescued from abuse, written by Connie Bombaci. Born the runt of the litter in a puppy mill and christened Number 10, the tiny Dalmatian pup hardly stood...

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A Dog Called Hope

A Wounded Warrior and the Service Dog Who Saved Him
By Jason Morgan, Damien Lewis

All who have ever loved a dog and lost him/her, whether through death or otherwise, will find A Dog Called Hope, by Jason Morgan and Damien Lewis, bringing them to tears. This is a true story, in as far as Jason Morgan is able to...

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Winning Horsemanship

A Judge's Secrets And Tips For Your Success
By Joanne Verikios

Winning Horsemanship: A Judge's Secrets and Tips for Your Success by Joanne Verikios is a book for horse riders, a brilliant book that combines the author’s experience as a riding champion and judge with smart writing to offer invaluable lessons to readers on how to...

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How To Get Your Dog To Eat

A Pet Parent's Guide to Picky Eating (Happy Healthy Dogs Book 2)
By Mary DiTosto

How To Get Your Dog To Eat: A Pet Parent’s Guide to Picky Eating (Happy Healthy Dogs Book 2) by Mary DiTosto is a marvellous book. You have a dog that doesn’t want to eat? You’ve consulted a veterinarian and ruled out illness? Read on....

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Seven to One, My Life Measured in Dog Years

A Joyful Memoir
By Jerilynn Henrikson

Seven to One, My Life Measured in Dog Years by Jerilynn Henrikson is a story told in dog years. Instead of telling her life story in the normal, sometimes boring way, Henrikson decided to tell it measured by the dogs in her life. Throughout her...

Confessions of an Accidental Zoo Curator

By Annette Libeskind Berkovits

The early years of Annette Libeskind Berkovits’ life did not feature many encounters with animals and she did not grow up with pets. Although she was fascinated with zoology, living animals were an unknown. It wasn’t until she was hired to work with the educators...

Dog as My Doctor, Cat as My Nurse

An Animal Lover's Guide To A Healthy, Happy and Extraordinary Life
By Carlyn Montes De Oca

Did you know that your pet has the potential to help you heal? Do you suffer from hypertension? Try the soothing purr therapy of a cat. Have a social anxiety disorder? A dog companion may help you stay calm and in control when in public....

Something New Every Day

By Richard C. Smith

Something New Every Day by Richard C. Smith is a non-fiction memoir on the life of a farmer. This is a book that would appeal most to a mixed audience made up of readers of all ages, especially those who enjoy memoirs and learning more...

Wasabara

Brothers in Arms
By Elan Wasabara

Wasabara: Brothers in Arms is an autobiography written by Elan Wasabara. The author made some mistakes as he was growing up. His childhood was dominated by his love of classical music and the close relationship he enjoyed with his mom. He did, however, fall into...

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Milliron

Abbott "Pete" Smith, D.V.M. The Biography
By Gina McKnight

Milliron by Gina McKnight tells the story of a well-known and well-respected veterinarian, Dr. Abbott ‘Pete’ Smith, D.V.M. The biography follows Pete through his early years and recounts how his love for all animals, but especially equines, evolved. He has a vision to open his...