Australia (PRWEB) February 22, 2014
Author Ann Walker is on a mission to make people realize that animals are living things with emotions and feelings just like human beings. By writing her book, “Talk With the Animals,” she hopes to emphasize the things humans and animals have in common, rather than the differences, showing readers that everyone is capable of communicating with animals, and that it is not a rare psychic gift.
In Walker’s book, she shows readers how to communicate better with their animals. All they need is a love and understanding of their pets as individuals and personalities in their own right, and a willingness to listen, watch and learn. Walker shares with her readers a lifetime of experiences and shows how the rewards of “getting through” to animals can be worthwhile — even spectacular. Her own affinity with donkeys, ponies, mules, cats, dogs and sheep has had some surprising results at times.
This book explains why animals are valuable companions for young and old, for the sick and disabled, and as partners for the blind.
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About the Author
Ann Walker was a popular Prime Time columnist and animal breeder. She was born on a farm in the English Midlands, and came to Australia in 1968 with her husband and three children. She lived with animals all her life, bred and shown ponies, donkeys, mules and pedigree cats. She still lives with an extensive animal family near Bendigo, Victoria.
Talk With the Animals * by Ann Walker
Publication Date: January 28, 2014
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 193 pages; 978-1-4931-4389-4
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 193 pages; 978-1-4931-4390-0
e-book; AU$3.99; 978-1-4931-4391-7
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