“The Cat’s Guide to Enjoying Napping” – Travel Animal Doctor

“The Cat’s Guide to Enjoying Napping” – Travel Animal Doctor

The Cat’s Guide to Enjoying Napping is the perfect book to read to young children before they go to bed. – Travel Animal Doctor This book is a great night time story for a child who loves cats. Even if your child is an animal lover, for the reasonable price of the book, it would be worth giving this book a try. The Cat’s Guide to Enjoying Napping is a charming tale about how different kittens choose to take their naps. Pictures of these cats give proof that not every cat goes to sleep the same way. And although they may be more comfortable sleeping one way rather than another, that is okay. Even without a storyline, the pictures in this book would be entertaining. Seeing the funny and unique positions that the cats sleep are sure to make any animal lover grin from ear to ear. The sentences are easy to read. I can imagine that the book would be a great book to use to teach children how to read. The Cat’s Guide to Enjoying Napping has a photograph of different cats on each page with one sentence rhyme about the picture. – Travel Animal Doctor My Niece’s Naptime I can see reading this story to my niece right before nap time. She eagerly looks forward to being read to, and hands a pile of books to you to read to her. Whenever she Skype’s my family, she gets extra excited when she gets to see the cat at my parent’s house.  It would be fun to try and read this story to her to see what she thinks of the story. With...
“Bear in the Backseat II” – Travel Animal Doctor

“Bear in the Backseat II” – Travel Animal Doctor

Bear in the Backseat II: Adventures of a Wildlife Ranger is a series of short stories about wildlife cases in the Smokies. – Travel Animal Doctor Have you ever wondered what a day in the life of a park ranger would be like? When going on a hike at a national park have you been curious as to why it is so important not to feed the bears, the elk or the other wildlife that is there? Riveting tales of bear visitations to camp sites and elk playing with hay bales help the reader understand why it is so important to keep a hands off approach with the Great Smoky Mountain wildlife. By feeding an animal or giving it positive reinforcement to rely on humans, this can cause dangerous occurrences for the next encounters. Tips If wild animals become too friendly with visitors it results in the animal being put down to avoid visitor harm. The information in this book is vital knowledge for a backpacker or family going to visit the park even if for only the day. It is an easy read for adults and the chapters are short enough that it is possible to read a story a night to a child. Bonus   If you buy the book as an ebook, it is enjoyable, but you do miss out on a potential bonus that you will find at the end of the book. While I do not want to give the surprise away, if you want to be fully satisfied with your purchase, give it the extra day for a book to be delivered to you...
“Endangered” By Eliot Schrefer – Travel Animal Doctor

“Endangered” By Eliot Schrefer – Travel Animal Doctor

Endangered is a fictional tale of a 14 year old American girl and bonobo who run for their lives amidst an African revolutionary war. – Travel Animal Doctor The forward momentum and vivid characters of Endangered made it easy to read in two sittings. The tale catapults the reader’s imagination to view a broken and demented civilization surrounded by plentiful jungle of which bushmeat hunters and soldiers are reaping the benefits. It helps the reader begin to understand a complicated situation in the Congo. The viewpoint in Endangered comes from a little girl focused on the survival of a bonobo she saved from a bushmeat hunter. Africa The American girl was visiting her mother, an owner of a bonobo sanctuary. Africa was in the midst of war.  The girl saw a bonobo being sold by the hunter and though she knew it was wrong to support the trade, she just had to pay for the bonobo to save it from the hunter. She brought the bought bonobo to the sanctuary and her mother was irate. At that point there was nothing they could do.  The little girl cared for the bonobo and nursed it back to health. Her mother left for business and she was left to continue caring for her bonobo. The War The war was getting ugly and though she should have deported back to America, she refused to leave the bonobo behind. Bad men entered the sanctuary to turn it into campgrounds and murdered everyone they could see. The girl escaped with her dear bonobo friend and entered the world of the bonobos through the entrance of an...
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