Daisy to the Rescue by Jeff Campbell
  

Synopsis

Daisy to the Rescue by Jeff Campbell

Today, scientists vigorously debate whether other animals share our capacity for empathy, compassion, morality, and altruism, and amazing new research is continually revising our understanding of the human-animal bond. Daisy to the Rescue presents these findings and applies them to these extreme life-saving situations. Taken together, these rescue stories make a compelling case for the presence of compassion in other animals and for the vital importance of the human-animal bond. The dramatic, moving stories in Daisy to the Rescue provide a hopeful message about our world. Not only do they contain startling evidence of the mental and emotional capacities of animals, but they also demonstrate the healing, transformative power of our intimate connection with those incredible beings with whom we share the world.

Reviews

Whether they are domestic companions, trained to serve, inspired to heal, or are found in the wild, animals have the ability to enhance our lives and even save us, and this compendium pays homage. ...Individual stories of animal derring-do, illustrated with pencil portraits, make for quick, compelling reads that prompt the reader to wonder what really goes on in an animal s head and heart. Give this to anyone from middle school to adult who shares that curiosity. - Booklist All the stories are wonderful ... when starting these fifty tender stories, prepare to get teary eyed. Anyone who has ever bonded with an animal will love this book. - Voice of Youth Advocates With an eye toward documenting remarkable animal/human interactions, Campbell has assembleda large collection of fascinating anecdotes. ...Overflowing with information, fascinating tales and thought-provoking information; give it to animal-loving middle graders on up. - Kirkus Reviews

- The Examiner

About the Author

Jeff Campbell is a freelance writer and book editor. For twelve years he was a travel writer for Lonely Planet, coauthoring guidebooks on Hawaii, Florida, the Southwest, and other US destinations. As an editor for the past twenty years, he has specialized in animal intelligence and emotions, among other topics. In particular, he has worked with Dr. Marc Bekoff on several books, including the highly regarded The Emotional Lives of Animals. Jeffalso teaches creative writing to grade-school students. Helives in Northern New Jersey.

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Format

Hardback
336 pages

Author

Jeff Campbell
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Publication date

9th October 2014

ISBN

9781936976621


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