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The Elephant Whisperer
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- Lawrence Anthony, Graham Spence
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- Lawrence Anthony is a highly-respected conservationist and co-founder of The Earth Organization. His previous title, Babylon's Ark, about his involvement in saving the animals in Baghdad Zoo, is being made into a major film. Graham Spence is a freelance journalist and author.
This is a good book to read and I must say I have enjoyed it tremendously.
Thank you for your quick delivery. This is the most amazing book. I would recommend it to all readers.
What a wonderful book, I really enjoyed reading it. I simply could not put it down. My dad who is living with us is now reading it and also enjoys it tremendisly!! Highly recommended.
Magical story of a wonderful man and his affiliation to wild life and elephants in particular. Heart warming
I found this a fascinating and delightful read. I was hooked from the very first page and was then pleasantly dragged through Thula Thula and the surrounding areas. Each chapter is basically a different story told by Anthony and Spence in which in most cases the elephants are the central theme.
The roller-coaster ride of emotion that one follows with the story of this herd has you crying and laughing all the way through. A truly wonderful story.
Elephant lovers will love this one, light, light funny and heart-gripping. But, all in all the take home message is for everyone not only animal lovers. The devotion of the elephants to one other, learning to accept a strange elephant into the herd shows that if humans actually did that we would make the world a better place. And the people who worked tirelessly to get them comfortable shows what perseverance and devotion leads to success.
This is a good book, full of compassion for this sad, unwanted herd. I sobbed at times as no tale about animals is without some tears, but it is a success story. All elephant lovers should read this.
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