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Bad Animals by Kevin Staul

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Published by PublishAmerica .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Adventure / thriller,
  • General & Literary Fiction,
  • Suspense,
  • Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Short Stories (single author)

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8830268M
ISBN 10158851725X
ISBN 109781588517258

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  “Bad Animals sings a natural world rendered absurd by human hands. In the same line, the same breath, the reader can find grief and calm, folly and beauty, spectacle and longing, yet Tom Cull’s poems always circle back to joy.” — Laurie Graham, author of Settler : Tom Cull.   Joel Yanofsky's Bad Animals is an honest and heartfelt book about raising a child with autism. Not a self-help book, this has a more literary feel. A great read for anyone who knows someone raising a child with autism, and for the experts who really need to understand what the parents on the other side of the child are facing/5(7).   Bad Animals is an exploration of a baffling condition, a memoir of self-discovery enlivened by a self-deprecating wit, and a quirky love story told by a gifted writer. “Sardonically funny and heartfelt enough to draw tears, an immensely satisfying read for parents of disabled and non-disabled children alikeBrand: Skyhorse Publishing. Joel Yanofsky's Bad Animals is an honest and heartfelt book about raising a child with autism. Not a self-help book, this has a more literary feel. A great read for anyone who knows someone raising a child with autism, and for the experts who really need to understand what the parents on the other side of the child are facing/5(8).

  SANTA CRUZ — In a world where a Wi-Fi password is one of the first thing a store customer asks for, the new bookstore Bad Animal at Cedar St. in downtown Santa Cruz is going for a Dionysian. The book Bad Pets Most Wanted in the second book in its series the first is Bad Pets, The third is Bad Pets on the loose, And the forth (last so far)is Bad Pets Save Christmas. The author is Allan Zullo. It is a non fiction story about all different animals that get into mischief somehow/5. A fun book that is both educational and great for reducing certain animal stigma. There is a large variety of animals known to have a bad rep (such as spiders, black cats, wolves, etc.) and on the first two-page spread the pages comprise of the myth /5. Grandma's Dead: Breaking Bad News with Baby Animals is one of the best buys ever. I shall purchase another 10 so I never run out of cards with baby kittens saying things like 'I gave you syphilis'. In your face, Hallmark! Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful/5(86).

Stories about bad animals—the inspiration for the title—became metaphors shared by Jonah and his father as they discussed his behavior and the ups and downs of their relationship with each other. By the end of the book, Jonah has decided to rename the animals: “Worst-Monkey-Ever” became “Jumpy the Monkey,” and the monkey’s father, formerly “Worst-Daddy-Ever,” became Author: Joel Yanofsky. “The NOT Bad Animals” by Sophie Corrigan is a fascinating and thoughtful nonfiction picture book filled with animals that some consider “bad.” Each animal gets two two-page spreads. The first features all the myths about the particular animal. For example, the spread with the “bad” black cat says that they are sneaky, they scratch.   The humorous cartoon illustrations don’t measure up to the in-your-face photos of Seymour Simon’s classic Animals Nobody Loves (), but this gallery of beasties unfairly regarded as “icky and ewwy and downright gross” is considerably broader. An amiable point-counterpoint for budding animal lovers/haters. Share - Not Bad Animals by Sophie Corrigan Hardcover Book. Not Bad Animals by Sophie Corrigan Hardcover Book. Be the first to write a review. About this product. Brand new: lowest price. The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable).