He writes with great beauty on subjects that need to be addressed. This book is another extraordinary example of the artist that is Michael Tobias. World War III is a treatise with a difference. It provides a thread of hope, offering a new vision about how humankind may ultimately come to peace with Nature.
A call for aid such as in the olden days would summon knights in shining armour to fight under the banner of their king. Tobias throws sparks like an evangelist and has the old-fashioned, wide-ranging erudition of a Renaissance scholar. Products of this store will be shipped directly from Japan to your country.
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go to site Please check your email to confirm your subscription. I own two burros and have long looked to them for counsel. This book is utterly accurate in its portrayal of the species.
It's affectionate and respectful, happily missing the kitsch and anthropomorphism that most writers bring to books about their favorite animals. Don't miss it.
In a book as solid and deep as the species it describes, Michael Tobias and Jane Morrison have given us an allegory for our survival. With its provocative text and beautiful photographs, it conveys the enormous role in social and cultural history donkeys have played.
Tobias and Morrison eloquently reveal how vulnerable, innocent, complex and compassionate these amazing beings are. I predict that donkeyphilia — the love of donkeys — is now safely here to stay as more and more people become acquainted with the rich lives of these remarkable equines.
In fact, the next time somebody tells me I'm 'behaving like an ass' I plan to smile, wink, shrug my shoulders, and then confidently say, 'Thank you! Watch the video "Donkey" on YouTube. About the Foundation. Environmental Education. Recent Books.
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