Animals in Translation by Temple Grandin and Catherine Johnson
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Elise L.
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Rating: 5

Very informative and eye-opening

posted 6 years ago

This is a well written, interesting book that offers a unique perspective into how animals think as well as providing a scientific testimony to the significance of the human-animal bond

Pros: interesting, thought provoking

Cons: none

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Jean K.
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Rating: 5

A must read for animal lovers

posted 6 years ago

I have read Temple Grandin's books and this one is an important one for people who want to better understand animal behavior. I have attended a lecture that she gave at St. Hubert's and my eyes were opened to a whole new way of looking at animals.

Now I understand why my dog was hesitant to go down a steep flight of stairs and why some dogs are afraid to jump into a car. If you want to know the reasons and much more, read this book.

Pros: enlightening and interesting

Cons: none

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