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Love in Infant Monkeys
January 29, 2015
My fascination with apes and monkeys began with dreams of studying chimpanzees in Africa, like the legendary Dr. Jane Goodall.
October 30, 2014
As the fall days grow shorter and the leaves shimmer in their glory amidst the dusky hue of October, now is the time to curl up with a good book featuring stories about animals.
Animal Suspense Fiction: The Chain
February 25, 2014
Want to win a copy of an animal rights-themed suspense novel? Enter to win! Two lucky winners will be chosen at random to receive a copy of Robin Lamont’s novel The Chain.
The Lost Whale
February 6, 2014
This week in ALDF’s Animal Book Club, we are reading The Lost Whale: the True Story of an Orca Named Luna, by Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm.
Poems of Compassion by Gretchen Primack
January 8, 2014
This week, ALDF features Kind, and asks you to explore the genre of compassionate poetry. In this book, author Gretchen Primack directs her focus on the world of animals.
Bleating Hearts: the Hidden World of Animal Suffering
December 11, 2013
The Animal Book Club is thrilled to review Mark Hawthorne’s brand new book Bleating Hearts: the Hidden World of Animal Suffering which hit shelves November 29th and is available as a paperback, a Nook book, or Kindle.
Animal Book Club Interview: Mark Hawthorne
November 20, 2013
ALDF’s Animal Book Club is so excited to bring you an interview with author Mark Hawthorne. Mark’s latest book Bleating Hearts: The Hidden World of Animal Suffering will hit the shelves on November 29.
Interview with Ruby Roth
October 16, 2013
Ruby Roth is world renowned for her vegan books for children. Her book, That’s Why We Don’t Eat Animals (2009), was the first of its kind in children’s literature, and she has since followed with V is for Vegan: the ABCs of Being Kind (2013), and other books in this series.