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The Wolves of Pilovo By Thomas Coohill
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Based on the Siberian wolf attack of 1927 and told from the point of view of both wolves and humans. It was a “Wolf Winter,” so deeply cold that forest trails were empty and only humans... More > had enough food to survive. Over 100 wolves, the largest pack ever seen, surround the Siberian village of Pilovo, desperate in their search for game. Pets and farm animals stand alert, villagers sense trouble, the frozen stage is set. This account details each event of the attack, the unrelenting terror, the vicious combat. Neither wolf nor man is safe; neither can imagine the outcome. Arctic cold and savage fighting inflict endless damage on predator and prey. In this isolated wilderness, tucked inside a bleak country, only animal cunning and ruthless perseverance will prevail.< Less
The Wolves of Pilovo By Thomas Coohill
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Based on the Siberian wolf attack of 1927 and told from the point of view of both wolves and humans. It was a “Wolf Winter,” so deeply cold that forest trails were empty and only humans... More > had enough food to survive. Over 100 wolves, the largest pack ever seen, surround the Siberian village of Pilovo, desperate in their search for game. Pets and farm animals stand alert, villagers sense trouble, the frozen stage is set. This account details each event of the attack, the unrelenting terror, the vicious combat. Neither wolf nor man is safe; neither can imagine the outcome. Arctic cold and savage fighting inflict endless damage on predator and prey. In this isolated wilderness, tucked inside a bleak country, only animal cunning and ruthless perseverance will prevail.< Less
The Book of Were-Wolves By Sabine Baring-Gould
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This book is one of the most cited references about werewolves. The Book of the Were-Wolf takes a rationalistic approach to the subject. The book starts off with a straightforward academic review of... More > the literature of shape-shifting; however, starting with Chapter XI, the narrative takes a strange turn into sensationalistic 'true crime' case-studies of cannibals, grave desecrators, and blood fetishists, which have a tenuous connection with lycanthropy. This includes an extended treatment of the case of Giles de Rais, the notorious associate of Joan of Arc, who was convicted and executed for necrosadistic crimes. The first ten chapters of this book constitute an essential work on the subject of werewolves. Sabine Baring-Gould an archaeologist, folklorist, historian and a prolific author. Baring-Gould was also a bit eccentric. He reputedly taught classes with a pet bat on his shoulder.< Less
Riley, the Dog Visitor: A True Story for People of All Ages By Daniel Hance Page
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Riley is a visitor like no other and is gifted to such an extent that he enabled himself to be free to make the most of his world and enrich the lives of all those he visited. Daniel Hance Page is a... More > freelance writer with nineteen books published and others being written. His books are authentic stories filled with action, adventure, history and travel including Native American traditions and spiritual insights to protect our environment in the smallest park or widest wilderness.< Less
Riley, the Dog Visitor: A True Story for People of All Ages By Daniel Hance Page
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Riley is a visitor like no other and is gifted to such an extent that he enabled himself to be free to make the most of his world and enrich the lives of all those he visited. Daniel Hance Page is a... More > freelance writer with nineteen books published and others being written. His books are authentic stories filled with action, adventure, history and travel including Native American traditions and spiritual insights to protect our environment in the smallest park or widest wilderness.< Less
Call of the Wild By Jack London
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The hero, Buck, is a 4-year-old, 140 lb St. Bernard/Scotch Shepherd (i.e., Collie) mix who is abducted from a comfortable life as the pet of Judge Miller in California and sold to a trainer of sled... More > dogs. In a series of episodes, Buck is forced to survive and adapt to brutal and cruel conditions, in Alaska and the Yukon. pulling sleds.< Less
Call of the Wild By Jack London
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The hero, Buck, is a 4-year-old, 140 lb St. Bernard/Scotch Shepherd (i.e., Collie) mix who is abducted from a comfortable life as the pet of Judge Miller in California and sold to a trainer of sled... More > dogs. In a series of episodes, Buck is forced to survive and adapt to brutal and cruel conditions, in Alaska and the Yukon. pulling sleds.< Less
Mde Myinga's Pack By Paw Prints
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This is a full color photo biographical account of raising a domestically bred wolf in a family home. The adventures recounted cover the entire life of this wonderful, yet still wild, animal. ... More > Included are both the humorous as well as some more serious events that should help the reader more fully understand what is involved in such an undertaking.< Less
Waiting For Rosie (A Coyote's Tale) By Skip Haynes
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This book is dedicated to a coyote named Rosie. She brought our Laurel Canyon, California neighborhood together in an amazing fashion in the late summer of 2009. It is also dedicated to educating... More > people accurately and truthfully about the relationship we have with the wildlife in the urban-interface. Hopefully other communities will also learn how to do the same through experiencing Rosie’s story. There are now more coyotes living in the United States than when the Declaration of Independence was signed. They are not going away. We need to learn to live with them. This is the story of one of those coyotes and what many people have learned from her one in a million. against all odds success story< Less
Waiting For Rosie (A Coyote's Tale) By Skip Haynes
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This book is dedicated to a coyote named Rosie. She brought our Laurel Canyon, California neighborhood together in an amazing fashion in the late summer of 2009. It is also dedicated to educating... More > people accurately and truthfully about the relationship we have with the wildlife in the urban-interface. Hopefully other communities will also learn how to do the same through experiencing Rosie’s story. There are now more coyotes living in the United States than when the Declaration of Independence was signed. They are not going away. We need to learn to live with them. This is the story of one of those coyotes and what many people have learned from her one in a million. against all odds success story< Less