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Acquainted with Squalor: Short Stories (On Impulse) (Volume 4)
Acquainted with Squalor: Short Stories (On Impulse) (Volume 4)
by Nath Jones
Edition: Paperback
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars `What business is it of yours? It's what I do.', April 18, 2015
Chicago author Nath Jones received an MFA in creative writing from Northwestern University and this young artist has already been nominated for Best New American Voices. nominee Nath Jones Her publishing credits include PANK Magazine, There Are No Rules, and Sailing World as well as her collections of short stories LOVE & DARTS, THE WAR IS LANGUAGE, and 2000 DECIDUOUS TREES.

Short stories are an art form few authors master, but Nath is in that rarefied groups for whom the short story is a natural means of creating. In this collections ACQUAINTED WITH SQUALOR she offers ten new stories, and never having had the pleasure of reading her work before, this reader is completely enchanted by the simplicity of style that is apparent as the stories unfold, tales of everyday things, ordinary happenings, people we know or are so similar to ones we have known that they fall into out photo album. And yet as we reflect on the words that pass by our eyes we realize Nath has created some impossible situations, some wonders of the atmosphere, some radical behaviors that at first glance seem OK but in passing on through the story we sense the oddity.

For this reader that is where Nath Jones captures us - with the funky strange things we do as humans that matter only to those who notice. There isn't a character she paints that isn't worth knowing - even if just to just avoid. She is a major talent! Grady Harp, April 15


Children's book "The Jumble Jungle" (ages 3-8)Bedtime story(values ebooks)Early learning reader,Short Story (Great Picture Book for KIDS) books about animals ... Books) Beginner Readers) (Jungle of life 1)
Children's book "The Jumble Jungle" (ages 3-8)Bedtime story(values ebooks)Early learning reader,Short Story (Great Picture Book for KIDS) books about animals ... Books) Beginner Readers) (Jungle of life 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars `So what kind of animal are you?', April 18, 2015
Author Michal Sasson became a teacher and at the age of 34 when she decided to open her own Kindergarten. For the last 10 years, she had been a professional kindergarten teacher, running a private, successful, cozy and intimate kindergarten of 15 kids. During those 10 years (and 18 years of motherhood), Michal learnt a lot about young children. When she decided to move on, and start writing, it was only natural she would focus on children and use her experience to help parents understand their kids and guide them to better life in the family. She also took the challenge to direct and lead women's self-empowerment groups. She has her own project for woman's spiritual groups, and she leads women of all ages to foreign and exotic countries in a combined spiritual tour. THE FUDGES: WHO HOPPED IN MY SWAMP? was her debut children's book and now she offers us a fresh look with THE JUMBLE JUNGLE and her writing is enhanced by the illustrations of Rodel Castillo.

Written in a very charming rhyme pattern that captures the imagination of children. `Beyond the great mountain chain, on a platform of sand, There is a huge forest - a real jungle, I should say, Where weird animals live day by day.' Some of the animals are familiar - and some are strange. They both live alone and live together. The run and graze and some just love to stare at the horizon. Other love to dig and explore, eat different kinds of foods which they search for alone or work together, they all have their ways, but they are all animals just like us! And if the animals in the jungle can live in peach and harmony, then we should be able to do the same.

Fine entertainment, great stretching of the imagination, and many fine lessons make this another excellent book from Michal Sasson. Grady Harp, April 15


JIM'S WEIGHT TRAINING & BODYBUILDING WORKOUT PLAN: Build muscle and strength, burn fat & tone up with a full year of progressive weight training workouts
JIM'S WEIGHT TRAINING & BODYBUILDING WORKOUT PLAN: Build muscle and strength, burn fat & tone up with a full year of progressive weight training workouts
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5.0 out of 5 stars `Mental attitude, preparation and planning are as important in this game as any set or rep that you will do in the gym!', April 18, 2015
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`Mental attitude, preparation and planning are as important in this game as any set or rep that you will do in the gym!'

British author and health enthusiast James Atkinson is a highly regarded bodybuilder and trainer and author of fitness guides and this book is a revision of an earlier publication of his. Like all of his books, this new book underlines the serious approach this man takes toward helping help readers instead of building a pushy popularity contest. According to Jim, `It takes time, consistency, correct diet and training to achieve good results and sadly many people are sold on the idea that you can get a quick fix when it comes to building muscle...if you are looking to actually get some results and are willing to train hard and smart, this book is for you.' His goal for us: to build muscle and strength, burn fat and tune up with a full year of progressive weight training workouts. He is upfront in making us wary of the plethora of ballyhoo promises made in this now popular arena of creating books and supplements and diets and gyms - all promising instant results. He is a down to earth, honest man and his writing style and approach to body building proves that.

Some of the areas of discussion he presents is this immensely readable book are the importance of initial health checks with your doctor to assure your body can manage the workout projected, and then proceeds to discuss cycling your workouts, finding your strengths and weaknesses, plan out your phases, how to lift with correct form, sorting out your diet (including a fine lesson on learning about BMI and how to calculate that and integrate the findings into your diet and exercise concept, the use of supplements - including creatine, and more.

Jim then goes into detail about his concept of cycling your first year of bodybuilding: First12 weeks (strength training phase), Second 12 weeks, 2 day split (pre exhaust phase), Third 12 weeks, 2 day slit (compound before isolation phase), Fourth 12 week 3 day split - and it takes reading his book to fully understand these cycles.

There are many pages of every exercise he discusses with excellent photographs of the various positions of each exercise - very easy to follow due to the photography of Mark Greenfield. And as on every page he encourages us to keep it simple and focus on basic resistance movements. No shallow or empty promises from Jim. Work with him and it will happen!

After reading this book AND committing to it, you have a strong friend and training advisor in Jim. As with all of his books, this is solid information delivered in a no nonsense style. Grady Harp, April 15


The Perraultimatum (Happily Upon a Time Book 1)
The Perraultimatum (Happily Upon a Time Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars "Good people are those who do things for others.", April 18, 2015
Handsome young Portuguese author Filipe Faria, born in 1982 in Lisbon has two avenues of experience in thinking - both from his education in the German School of Lisbon K - 12 and from his Portuguese family. His gift for writing fantasy resulted in his winning the Branquinho da Fonseca award, a joint initiative of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the weekly "Expresso" in 2001, and was awarded the Matilde Rosa Araújo award - Breakthrough in Young Adult Literature in 2002. His works in Portuguese have been included in the Portuguese National Reading Plan.

Filipe's first book to be translated into English is this delightful fantasy THE PERRAULTIMATUM - a collection well known fairy tales pushed to a new level of fear and fright and at the same time scintillatingly entertaining. He divides his book into two parts - Part One introduces his cast of characters, each a variation of well known fairytales such s those form the Brothers Grimm and the standards such as Little Red Riding Hood (here a succulent little post pubertal lass whose figure and demeanor are the focal point of the neighboring young lads and men as she carries cookies to Granny's house - Granny being the big bad Wolf of yore!), Donkey-Suckle, Ash (our little third child boy who is thought no better than to sweep the ashes until he ventures out to the King's arena), Vasilia and Apprentice - each one signaling memories of known characters from our childhood bedtime stories. Only the variations of the stories (actually only matrices for Filipe's imagination) are all sour in these tales.

This is the conundrum of why the `happily ever after' ending of all fairy tales is lost and our new hero, Ash, is the one must discover the `wrong' of it all and through a series of adventures on which he embarks as he searches for the Perraultimatum, `which will send him on a quest in search of the happy endings that never came to pass, hoping against hope that not all is lost to gloom and despair.'

As Filipe so aptly describes the genesis of this book, `as childlike fascination had been tempered by a measure of adult cynicism this was no longer just about telling an adventure in which characters of different fairy tales met up, but rather the tale of a world in which all stories not only existed contiguously, they had also ended in horrific fashion for some dark, mysterious reason for all those involved. While perfectly aware that the concept of twisted fairy tales isn't anything new and that I wasn't reinventing the wheel, there is a method to the madness that seems to have overtaken the world of Happily Upon a Time, and some characters are indeed aware in an almost meta-narrative sense that their stories weren't meant to have ended the way they did. And so, in The Perraultimatum, these select few characters embark on a quest to find out whether or not they had lived happily upon a time... and if they may yet get to live happily ever after.'
Writing like this is rare, intriguing, facile, and very clever in the way that it makes the fairytale tradition a parody of life as becoming an adult alters it. A fine series - and this is only Book 1! Grady Harp, April 15


Economic Optimization of Innovation & Risk
Economic Optimization of Innovation & Risk
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5.0 out of 5 stars `Someone must make a decision whether the objectives are worth meeting at the current time and technology level.', April 18, 2015
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Texas author Robert Shuler has placed before the public some heady reading and stimulus for thought and change - MONEY, WEALTH & WAR, THE EQUITY PREMIUM PUZZLE - INTRINSIC GROWTH & MONETARY POLICY, and now ECONOMIC OPTIMIZATION OF INNOVATION & RISK. His credentials include 50 years investing experience with the knack for finding hidden principles of a successful rocket scientist with half a dozen patents and several dozen publications in fields ranging from economics (corporate risk compensation, the equity premium) to physics (inertia & quantum gravity) during his long career with NASA. .

This is not an easy book for the average person to assimilate, but then what new out of the box thinking or ideas or predictions are at first reading? But give Robert Shuler your undivided attention is this exceptionally well-written investigation into risk and its permutations in the way we today assess everything from Internet apps to spacecraft to investments and once his ideas become negotiable, the way we view the world at present and in the future change.
Some examples of his presentation include, `The importance of risk management to ordinary processes in our economy cannot be overstated, and often the exact terminology is not in evidence. For example, do you call what farmer's do "risk management?" Probably not, yet most American farmers pre-sell their crops on futures exchanges. "Futures" are a tool of risk management, to hedge against unexpected price variations.... Nearly every American industry which uses large amounts of a market commodity also engages in risk management via various derivative financial instruments based on that commodity. That includes financial hedging on financial markets themselves. Without risk management, much of the productivity of our economy would likely be lost, because facing uncertainty, companies would not invest in supplying the full potential consumption of the markets.' And `The more sophisticated modern practice of risk management involves mathematically complex futures and derivatives, and to a large degree the productivity of civilization depends on this discipline. In some contexts "risk management" is used to mean the management and adjustment of components in a risk analysis process, or even more commonly the management of quality, sometimes known as "quality management."`

Or as he explains in his description of the relevance of the book, `A Theory of Crash Rate for Private & Public Projects with Critical or non-Critical systems. Examine possibilities for managing the crash rate of countries and even the world. Analyzing & managing risk has been a quest for 5000 years, and is essential to everything from water supplies, finance, and agriculture to computers and space travel. At last there is a quantitative theory and a simple equation that allows you to choose your failure rate, get there optimally, avoid unexpected effects
, and profit where the competition fails.' And in the end the author clarifies his précis: `A model has been developed that relates development process parameters to operationally deployed crash rate. This model operates at a corporate level, and provides insight into what kinds of changes might affect product reliability and safety. There is a rough analogy to risk compensation, though in detail the models address different regimes, one risk and the other economics. Process improvement and feature development are often culprits in unexpected outcomes. Testing adds to costs, but has a predictable positive outcome. Excessive value pressure is often overlooked as a culprit for complex systems, and lowering the value of function is equally often overlooked as an additional tool to reduce crash rates. The model gives good agreement with observed safety differences between auto and air travel. Take the lessons learned from attempting to make high energy vehicles fly through a vacuum with incredible accuracy, dodging cosmic rays, tolerating human error, and performing safely, and use them. Now that you have read and presumably understood this book, you have a powerful tool for analyzing and changing the rate at which huge and complicated things fail.'

Challenging? Of course, but then what new constructive thought process does not jar us into realistically approaching all projects, analyzing why things fail - and changing that! Grady Harp, April 15


Patchwork Pieces: "You have to play the game to the bitter end" - the chilling conclusion to a twisted history... (Patchwork People series Book 3)
Patchwork Pieces: "You have to play the game to the bitter end" - the chilling conclusion to a twisted history... (Patchwork People series Book 3)
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5.0 out of 5 stars `For now we see through a glass, darkly'; REVISED REVIEW, April 18, 2015
Popular British author Debrah Martin writes adult mystery suspense thriller novels (as Lily Stuart, the pen name she uses for her YA novels). Before settling into writing as a full time career she was a teacher and ran the business networking for the University of Winchester and social event management. She states she writes mysteries with`Stories that will have you on the edge of your seat. Go inside a killer's mind, balance on the edge of insanity, face the point of no return and go beyond it. I'm fascinated by all aspects of the human mind and behaviour as well as the dimensions we can't see in the real world. Consequently in my books you might equally well find yourself sharing in a domestic dilemma which leads to nightmare, or a nightmare that leads to a dilemma - real or imagined, possible or incredible, actual or supernatural.'

This reader feels the discovery of Debrah Martin is a revelation in mystery writing. To quickly summarize the firsts tow volumes of the trilogy, read the following: 1 - Have you ever met a patchwork man? Lawrence Juste is one. The QC with a conscience - privileged, reputable and emotionally frozen. The perfect barrister. But Lawrence hasn't always been who he is now. When he is glaringly in the public eye after his enigmatic wife is killed in an apparently random hit and run, he could do with his hidden past surfacing like a hole in the head. Unfortunately the past has a way of finding its way back to you, just like betrayal. His dead wife has helpfully left him a sinister resume of his, and she just keeps adding to it...2 - Lawrence Juste QC has already had to face the public appearance of a long lost and criminally inclined brother, the renewed attentions of a boyhood bully, threatening to ruin him professionally and financially, and the machinations of his dead wife apparently keen to do the same. What else could go wrong? Plenty. It seems it can only end one way for Lawrence - disaster; unless his dead wife can help...and now this final conclusion of the trilogy - It seems Lawrence Juste's life is so disassembled it would take a miracle to put it back together without losing himself in the process. And even then the picture wouldn't be pretty. Murder. Blackmail. Revenge. And the living dead. It sounds like fantasy. In reality its fate, and the past finally catching up with not only Juste, but anyone who's ever cheated, lied or betrayed alongside him. It's going to be one hell of a party when the patchwork is completed...

Written with such a glow of the aura of the fine art of mystery stories it is difficult to come away form this book without becoming a committed devotee of Debrah Martin's fine writing. She has a flair for building layer upon layer of meanings in dosages individually tolerable until the entire story comes to an end. This is a fine conclusion of an immensely successful trilogy. Grady Harp, April 15


The Bounce!: A Story of Love, Loss and the Life of a Global Indian
The Bounce!: A Story of Love, Loss and the Life of a Global Indian
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5.0 out of 5 stars `There are over twenty-two languages and scores of dialects spoken across the Indian country.', April 17, 2015
Indian born Mohan now lives in North Carolina and he `day job' is an Information Technology executive with a multinational company headquartered in Switzerland. The experience he has gained from having lived and worked in five countries across three continents has allowed him exposure many multicultural environments. Though THE BOUNCE is his first novel he has also used his pen as a blogger, columnist and writer whose viewpoints and papers have been published in several international technical and non-technical journals.

Mohan captures our attention with the subtitle of his book - `a story of love, loss and life of a global Indian' - and indeed the story is a semi-biographical short novel. `Among the stories I highlight is the loss of a child while on board an international flight (based on personal experience).' We immediately identify with the author's `protagonist' Raj through his Prologue: `It was a hot morning in June, and I was driving east on Highway 101 to a client's office in Desert Ridge. It was about 7 in the morning and the sun was shining directly on my face. Inexplicably, the song "You are my sunshine, my only sunshine..." floated into my head. I couldn't stop the tears welling in my eyes. Before long I had to park by the curb on the side of the highway sobbing. After a while, I wiped my face with a tissue and tuned to the news channel on the car radio before heading on to the office. This was nearly a year after our sunshine abruptly left us and I had moved to Phoenix, Arizona. Priya was currently living with her parents in Delhi, India and we were looking forward to a new beginning. The days went by in a blur and my demanding job as an IT consultant traveling to client locations around the country kept me busy. Over the past decade, I had moved across three continents and lived in four countries in search of the eternal "What's next?" I had uprooted myself from my motherland to an adopted country that had given me permanent residence, but had continued on an accidental globetrotting adventure. And along the way I had found love, life, and reasons to continue moving forward. All the while, my life continued to bounce up and down.'

The aspect of Mohan's writing that seals his connection to us is his enduring sense of humor in what is a potentially tragic story. Upon being elated about gaining his American Visa and Green Card, Raj quietly states, `Bollywood movies appealing to masses follow a simple formula of including song and dance sequences after every major twist in a plot where heroes, heroines and scores of extras prance around scenic locales. The heroes in the movies are generally boisterous characters that overact, jump with joy or cry out in grief as the scene demands. Imitating Bollywood heroes is a popular pastime, but it was something I just had not learned to do. Overacting didn't feel natural to me.'

But a very brief summary of the story follows: Computer programmer Raj is an accidental beneficiary of globalization and offshoring. 'In today's global economy, we hear and talk about the effects of out-sourcing all the time. We may complain about how our tech-support calls are routed to other parts of the world, etc. This story shows the other side of the outsourcing conversation; about hi-tech workers who travel around the world and how the global tech culture impacts them.' Monan offers an insight into the world of our educated, but transient workforce: how they fit into American culture and communities, build their own away-from-home communities, and how they struggle with the age-old immigrant's dilemma: balancing the adopted worlds' needs against traditional values and cultures.'

This is a deeply moving book, the tale of how Raj copes with tragedy and disappointments, love and romance, and the technical aspects of the IT world of today. There is so much to be learned form his wise book that it is a book that is Highly Recommended. Grady Harp, April 15


Oliver and Jumpy, Stories 10-12 (Oliver and Jumpy, the cat series)
Oliver and Jumpy, Stories 10-12 (Oliver and Jumpy, the cat series)
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5.0 out of 5 stars `We butterflies are free again, the naughty boy just off he ran', April 17, 2015
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Australian author Werner Stejskal was born in Vienna, Austria but now lives in the paradise of Perth, Australia. He worked for many years in the printing industry and later for the United Nations in Vienna. Now retired he devotes his time to writing children's stories, having them illustrated through Odesk and published as eBooks on most platforms. Eventually there will be 17 books with three stories each in English, before being translated into several other languages. Werner's dream is to see "Oliver and Jumpy" animated as a TV series. According to his bio, `There are lots of fairy tales and bedtime stories around and many of them quite violent. This made Werner decide to write something different. On a flight from Europe to Australia he watched the movie Magic on Belle Island with Morgan Freeman, where Freeman teaches a little girl to have imagination and write her first story. This inspired Werner as well and the first stories with his two characters Oliver, the elegant tomcat, and Jumpy, his kangaroo lady friend, made their appearance. All of these stories are illustrated by Maycee Ann Reyes - a truly gifted artist

Story 10: Unhappy Dog - Oliver encounters Barky the dog who is fenced in and sounding mean. Oliver asks why the dog is always disturbing others with his bark, and Barky confesses he is sad because he cannot leave his yard - he must protect it. Oliver brings Jumpy and Joey (Jumpy's little male kangaroo) and together they leave the yard, play ball, have a picnic and Barky is happy - until a car passes them by and Barky and his friends love being out so they plan future days together.

Story 11: Kite High - Oliver and jumpy and Joey build a carriage and float in the water, but a wind comes up and they are airborne. All is well until the wind gets stronger and pelicans alight on the craft causing the flight to be threatened, but the pelicans and fly and guide the craft down to the ground where the craft is broken - but what a great flying adventure while it lasted!

Story 12: Butterfly Trouble - A butterfly lands on Oliver's nose, making him sneeze, but the butterfly asks for Oliver's help. Oliver gathers Jumpy and Joey and together they confront a little boy who is out catching butterflies and putting them in a cage. The trio frees the butterflies, the little scoundrel boy flees and everyone is happy.

More fun, entertaining and beautiful stories that carry important lessons. This continues to be an excellent series from Werner Stejskal. Buy the entire set! Grady Harp, April 15


Bel Ragazzo - Beautiful Boy -?-
Bel Ragazzo - Beautiful Boy -?-
by Mr Robin Anderson
Edition: Paperback
Price: $9.99

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5.0 out of 5 stars `Don't count your corpses before they're buried', April 17, 2015
Anyone who has read previous books by the inimitable Robin Anderson is in for a treat with BEL RAGAZZO BEAUTIFUL BOY. Anderson has polished his recipe for entertainment to a fare-thee-well. He creates impossibly wild characters who happen to bounce off each other in the most unexpected way, fills his story with incidents that can only fall into the 'naughty range', and yet his manner of writing is so sophisticated and a solid that about one third of the way through his books the reader realizes the farce is meant as good-humored fun and should not be taken too seriously or dissected or analyzed because the author is always just around the corner (or on the next page) with a guffaw to top all previous ones.

Robin starts this rather short novel (150 pages) with a terrific cover of eye candy and the beauties of Europe (sculpture, architecture, and suited male model) and proceeds to carry us through another decidedly delightful romp. Our lead character is Ambrose, and as Robin informs us, `I was beautiful, so unbelievably beautiful: the most beautiful boy in Europe. "Beau garcon," they'd whisper as I walked through the Place Vendome in Paris. "I am beautiful" I would say to myself , a slight smile playing on my rose-coloured, sculpted lips as I made my way down London's uber-fashionable Bond Street. "Bel ragazzo," they would murmur excitedly as I sashayed - blond head held high - along the Via Veneto in Rome. Yes indeed: the most beautiful boy whose countenance, graceful carriage and exquisite manners would eventually prove themselves to be nothing more than an inganno lordo or gross deception.' And from there we are off on incredible adventures of the male sort.
The story is solid, a bit more tightly written than most of Robin's escapades, and that ads to the spiraling whiz of an adventure he has once again successfully woven. A must read for Robin Anderson fans! Grady Harp, April 15


Water for Backyard Pets and Wildlife
Water for Backyard Pets and Wildlife
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5.0 out of 5 stars A question of survival for our wildlife, April 17, 2015
Thomas Hollyday is a well-known writer of mysteries - there are 6 volumes in his River Sunday Romance Mysteries Series - but he also is concerned about the environment and has published two books on the latter subject.
One of the reasons Thomas' book works so well for readers is the mater-of-fact neighborly way he has of expressing himself. In a very tender little preface he discusses a dream he had that changed his attitude, and then ties his dream into the content of this book: `So, after weeks of thought on this issue of animals and water, I decided to invent a water dish that would provide fresh drinking water to wildlife. It was one that was easy to use, portable, and worked in every season without electricity. I sold this device, the Solar Sipper, in markets all over the world. With the funds from this project, I began to champion preserving clean water resources for wildlife. These days, each morning
I go to my backyard and place a Solar Sipper filled with fresh water outside for the wildlife. I always look around for a chipmunk with no tail. He'll be a descendant of the one I dreamed about. If I should spot him, I'll look into his eyes, give him a wink, and let him know that I'm trying.'

In his introduction he offers many facts, most of which we haven't considered: `The purpose of this little book is to look into all the issues affecting drinking water for backyard animals. One thing is for sure. If our outdoor friends could get access to the safe water that our indoor pets enjoy, they would be a lot better off. That bowl of clean water next to the pet food dish is not always present in the back yard environment. You see, the indoor water passes the test of our town municipalities and water commissions. Before it enters the pipes to our house, it has undergone a bevy of corrections to make sure it is absolutely safe. If a new disease enters the water supply, the commission treats it immediately. This may not be true in all countries but it is for sure in the United States.' And from this opening he addresses taking Inventory of our backyard habitat, noting Waterer Type (`outdoor animals deserve the same care as indoor animals. Clean their water dish and add clean water daily with the food'), Analyze the construction of the Watering Device, Analyze where animals drink, Heat and Cold out in the yard (and how to regulate that), and then he offers Government-based websites and Private Organization websites from which to gather information.

This is a sensitive caring book by a man who cares about not only how humans are going to survive the current environmental crises, but also how we are responsible for assuring that our precious wildlife, often dependent on us, are treated equally! A must read for everyone who cares. Grady Harp, April 15


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