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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.
Uitstekend. So 'n besondere man, baie spesiaal. Wonderlik om te lees van sy verhouding met die diere, beste vriende al is hulle wild en gevaarlik. Hartseer om te verneem van sy heengaan. Die diereryk is arm sonder hom.
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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