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Animal Books on “The Point”

If you are a regular reader of this blog then you know that Reference Librarian Jill Erickson and Cape Cod Times Book Editor, Melanie Lauwers, appear monthly on Mindy Todd’s radio show, “The Point” (WCAI 90.1 FM) to discuss books.  This morning’s show was a pre-recorded discussion of books about animals.  If you missed it at 9:30 a.m., don’t worry, it will be rebroadcast at 7:30 p.m. tonight and as always, we post the lists of books that Jill and Melanie discussed (see below).  Books that are available in the Cape and Islands Libraries network (CLAMS) are linked directly to the catalog.

Do you have a favorite animal book?  Let us know by leaving a comment on this blog!

Jill’s List
The Life & Love of Cats by Lewis Blackwell

Walking Sideways: the remarkable world of crabs by Judith S. Weis

Wild Tracks!: a guide to nature’s footprints by Jim Arnosky

The Backyard Cow: an introductory guide to keeping a productive family cow by Sue Weaver

Reinventing the Chicken Coop: 14 original designs with step-by-step building instructions by Kevin McElroy & Matthew Wolpe

Love, Life, and Elephants: an African love story by Dame Daphne Sheldrick

Life Everlasting: the animal way of death by Bernd Heinrich

All the Awake Animals are Almost Asleep by Crescent Dragonwagon, illustrated by David McPhail

Melanie’s List

What the Robin Knows: how birds reveal the secrets of the natural world by Jon Young

The Squirrel Diaries: tales from a wildlife rehabilitator by Astrid Helena Nicolay

Into Great Silence: a memoir of discovery and loss among vanishing orcas by Eva Lucia Saulitis

Pukka’s Promise: the quest for longer-lived dogsby Ted Kerasote

The Lucky Ones: my passionate fight for farm animals by Jenny Brown

The Hidden Lives of Wolves by Jim and Jamie Dutcher

Owls by Marianne Taylor

Animal Encyclopedia by Dr. Lucy Spelman (National Geographic)

Zoo 3D: an incredible animal adventure by David E. Klutho (Time for Kids)

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