My Sanctuary: A Place I Call Home – Keepers of the Wild


by
Doreen Ingram

Book Details

Format: EPUB

File size: 10.4 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Synopsis:

Elvis, a maneless African lion, tells the story of his life performing in a big cat show. Kept caged when not performing, Elvis and the other big cats are about to leave their cages to now roam a natural enclosure they will call home.

“When I shot a documentary at Keepers of the Wild for a television network, I could see with my own eyes how safe and loved the animals are. But what I couldn’t know, until I read the book, was how the animals themselves see the world through their own eyes. If you want a glimpse of the lives of animals from their point of view rather than ours, you can’t do better than My Sanctuary: A Place I Call Home.” – Greg Dobbs, speaker, author, veteran television journalist

“As a person who for 30 years has tried to educate the general public in different ways as to the suffering of wild animals used in circuses and shows, I have always said we need to reach the children. I believe this book will leave a lasting impression on them as masterfully told through the eyes of the animals themselves. I hope schools across the country and in fact the world will have this book available in their libraries.” – Linda Faso, animal advocate

“A charming and enlightening book that holds the key to the door of how we can better understand our treasured animals. Doreen’s done a great job and its ambition clearly comes from the heart.” – Nicky (Taylor) Waltham, series producer, producer/director

About the Author:

Formerly a registered nurse, Doreen Ingram of Pensacola, Florida, now does school presentations to share information about endangered wildlife, conservation, the great apes, and big cats.

For more information visit http://www.mysanctuarybooks.com .

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/DoreenIngram

Synopsis:

Elvis, a maneless African lion, tells the story of his life performing in a big cat show. Kept caged when not performing, Elvis and the other big cats are about to leave their cages to now roam a natural enclosure they will call home.

“When I shot a documentary at Keepers of the Wild for a television network, I could see with my own eyes how safe and loved the animals are. But what I couldn’t know, until I read the book, was how the animals themselves… (more)

Synopsis:

Elvis, a maneless African lion, tells the story of his life performing in a big cat show. Kept caged when not performing, Elvis and the other big cats are about to leave their cages to now roam a natural enclosure they will call home.

“When I shot a documentary at Keepers of the Wild for a television network, I could see with my own eyes how safe and loved the animals are. But what I couldn’t know, until I read the book, was how the animals themselves see the world through their own eyes. If you want a glimpse of the lives of animals from their point of view rather than ours, you can’t do better than My Sanctuary: A Place I Call Home.” – Greg Dobbs, speaker, author, veteran television journalist

“As a person who for 30 years has tried to educate the general public in different ways as to the suffering of wild animals used in circuses and shows, I have always said we need to reach the children. I believe this book will leave a lasting impression on them as masterfully told through the eyes of the animals themselves. I hope schools across the country and in fact the world will have this book available in their libraries.” – Linda Faso, animal advocate

“A charming and enlightening book that holds the key to the door of how we can better understand our treasured animals. Doreen’s done a great job and its ambition clearly comes from the heart.” – Nicky (Taylor) Waltham, series producer, producer/director

About the Author:

Formerly a registered nurse, Doreen Ingram of Pensacola, Florida, now does school presentations to share information about endangered wildlife, conservation, the great apes, and big cats.

For more information visit http://www.mysanctuarybooks.com .

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/DoreenIngram

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