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This is a collection of real-life cat stories gathered from around the world. The tales range from the cats who have been companions of famous men and women to amazing feats of endurance and bravery.
This field guide identifies, describes and illustrates over 430 species, covering almost all of the birds likely to be encountered in the whole of Britain and Europe
The third volume of the classic adventures and misadventures of the young vet, James Herriot, in the Yorkshire Dales from 1937 onwards
A book which provides a practical schedule for training a young horse over a period of two years up to medium dressage standard.
As sustainability and organic living become increasingly popular, so does a desire to live a more self-sufficient lifestyle. This timely book will help you to achieve self-sufficiency and make beekeeping a reality
Originally published in 1988 this new illustrated edition of HORSEWATCHING sets out to answer many questions on equine behaviour and surrounding subjects including why horseshoes bring good luck and why bad dreams are called nightmares.
Different puppies have very different temperaments and characteristics, so to find the right puppy for you Gwen Bailey helps you to take a look at which one might be best for your lifestyle, personality and family
Cat Calls - Cat-Egories For The Naming Of Cats
What do dogs want? This unsentimental book takes readers inside a dog's mind to find out what motivates these animals and what links them to mankind
"The jungle took possession of us as soon as we entered the Amazon . . . . . . . .
The story of how one adorable and lovably roguish library cat touched the lives of everyone he came into contact with. Dewey will do for cats what 'Marley and Me' did for dogs
A photographic guide to all common and some unusual species of British wildlife. Also included are some unusual species that are striking and therefore likely to attract attention.
Nicely illustrated with many B/w photographs, this is the descriptive account of the author's life in the jungle where gorillas, becoming an endangered species, live mostly at peace with the resident native humans.
Solomon, the legend goes, had a magic ring which enabled him to speak to the animals in their own language. Konrad Lorenz was gifted with a similar power of understanding the animal world