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"This book is educational, hilarious, and it makes me wish it was legal to participate in cage fighting with an endangered species."
-Matthew Inman, TheOatmeal.com and author of 5 Very Good Reasons to Punch a Dolphin in the Mouth
As a child growing up in the Bronx, Linda Lombardi liked to play with a basket full of plastic animals instead of human dolls. Later in life, she gave up a tenured position as a college professor to take a zookeeping job. Formerly the pets and animals columnist for the Associated Press and author of the mystery The Sloth's Eye, she has spent much of her life either slaving over animals or writing about how great they are. This book is her revenge.
Visit her website and the Animals Behaving Badly blog at www.lindalombardi.com
Tongue-in-cheek stories about the real world of animals. Who knew they could be so bad, and so funny at the same time? Fun read!Published 15 months ago by Donna S Scott
I got this as a gift for a friend, so I haven't read it myself, but she loved it! As soon as she finishes it, I will be reading it too.Published 18 months ago by Katie Richmond
I had to keep interrupting my husband from whatever he was doing, saying, "You MUST listen to this! Read morePublished 19 months ago by M.L. Madison
Good read, this book has a proud place right next to the head. Seven more words are needed before I can post. DonePublished 24 months ago by Big John
I feel bad about giving this book even one star.The author tries to make a case that all animals are inherently evil, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Read morePublished on November 8, 2011 by Gene Sandow