Category:

 Animals

Reading Level:General Adult

Sorry I Humped Your Leg (Again) is a brand new batch of laugh-out-loud letters (and accompanying full-color photographs) addressed by dogs to their owners. From an impassioned plea to return from the store with the right doggie t... read more

Sorry I Humped Your Leg: (And Other Letters from Dogs Who Love Too Much)

Category:

 Animals

An illustrated collection of stories about dogs that knew how to sit, stay, and witness history Most dog lovers know Fido and Laika, but how about Martha, Paul McCartney's Old English Sheepdog? Or Peritas, Alexander the Great's trusted canine companion? As lon... read more

The History of the World in Fifty Dogs

Tess wants you to know that she intends to continue throwing up freely as long as the new baby gets to - fair is fair. Ovid would like to inform you that he's giving up one of his nine lives in order to avoid a visit to the v... read more

Sorry I Barfed on Your Bed Again - (and More Heartwarming Letters from Kitty)

From kitten rescuer and New York Times bestselling author Hannah Shaw, also known as Kitten Lady on YouTube and Instagram, comes an inspiring picture book that takes readers on the adorable journey of foster kittens from their first days after birth all the ... read more

Kitten Lady's Big Book of Little Kittens

Category:

 Animals

Reading Level:4 Non Fiction

Dolphins and parrots call each other by their names. Fork tailed drongos mimic the calls of other animals to scare them away and then steal their dinner. In the songs of many species of birds, and in skin patterns of squid, we find grammatical structures . . . If you are lucky, you... read more

Animal Languages

Each year, more than one thousand rhinoceroses are killed - in South Africa alone. There are fewer than 18,000 white rhinos and only 5,000 black rhinos left alive in the wild. The situation with regard to this corrupt, illegal war on wi... read more

Saving the Last Rhinos: The Life of a Frontline Conservationist

Wildbase Hospital in Palmerston North is a very special hospital for very special animals, and in this follow-up to the hugely successful How to Mend a Kea, author Janet Hunt focuses on the tales of three kiwi who have been treated there.
The stories are fascinating and touching... read more

Three Kiwi Tales: More Fabulous Fix-It Stories from Wildbase Hospital

Category:

 Animals

Jo Caird and Paula George take us on a journey inside the world of New Zealand's working dogs: celebrating the incredibly diverse roles they play in our society and the difference they make in so many people's lives. Including the much-loved farm dogs, this book explores the sniff... read more

Kiwi Working Dogs

The very first maps were oral maps made by early Polynesian and Maori settlers which were waypoints, described as "survey pegs of memory," lists of places in songs, chants, karakia, and stories that showed direction. Hundreds of years later, the Dutch... read more

Singing the Trail The story of New Zealand Mapping

Category:

 Animals

A comprehensive guide to puppy training by Mark Vette, of Pound Pups to Dog Stars fame. Mark's first book Dog Zen had just 40 pages on puppies - this book goes into full detail about all ages and stages, and how to do the right thing at the right time. Following a quick look at the role ... read more

Puppy Zen

Category:

 Animals

It's no secret that dogs have indomitable spirits, that they're tireless workers and have boundless energy. But it's when everything seems hopeless that their grit and determination really shines through. Whether sick or injured, lost or abandoned, recovering from cruelty or neglect,... read more

Miracle Mutts

Category:

 Animals

Series:Animal Happiness Ser.

Pigs rock And more and more people -- including superstars such as George Clooney and Miley Cyrus -- have discovered all the delightful characteristics that make them such endearing pets. Pigs are smart, they can learn tricks, they're actually incredibly clean, and... read more

Oink - A Book of Fun for Pig Lovers