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Llamas and Alpacas as a Metaphor for Life Paperback – April 24, 2003
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It is totally AWESOME! Loved every single page. You earned five Alpacas! -- Dave Belt Editor Alpacas Magazine
METAPHOR as in LLAMAS AND ALPACAS AS A METAPHOR FOR LIFE leads the reader through a literary field of flowers and camelids wherein llamas and alpacas and those who love them are seen as bearing strong resemblance to thing otherwise quite unrelated. If you love llamas and alpacas, youll become very attached to this book. -- Francie Greth-Peto --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Marty McGee Bennetts first llama jumped off the back of a pickup truck and into her heart in 1981. Since then Marty has devoted her professional life to the well being of llamas and alpacas and the education of camelid enthusiasts. Over the years Marty has been a llama breeder, conference organizer, board member, fiber artist, and most importantly trainer and teacher.
Her clinics, books and videos have helped thousands of llama and alpaca owners more fully understand, appreciate and enjoy this magical animal. Martys most recent book "The Camelid Companion" a complete handling training and management manual published in 2001 has received rave reviews in publications worldwide.
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I have three holiday cottages and in each I have a copy of this book on the coffee tables. Every week my guests tell me what a lovely book it is and how their children love to look at the photos. They then ask me if I will show them my own alpacas and llamas for real. As we walk around the fields they ask informed questions which they formulated from reading the copy of 'Llamas and Alpacas as a Metaphor for Life'. The feel of them then becomes a reality.
I think it is a lovely book and just the right size for anyones' home. I also think that it is good value, especially with its fascination and appeal for the animals and the excellent photography which must cost a bomb. Well done Marty.