This story started with the author sitting down with a peanut butter sandwich and a squirrel, Jed, itching to tell a tale. One day while minding his own business, Jed gets picked up by a hungry hawk. He tricks the hawk and is dropped to safety, but far away from his grove. While Jed is a gray squirrel, these squirrels are red and speak with a Scottish brogue. In the meantime, Jed’s friends discover he’s alive and travel electric lines, buzzpaths in squirrel-talk, to find him.
Animals & Pets
James Bowen and Bob are back with this moving sequel to the New York Times bestseller Street Cat Named Bob. In the continuing tale of their life together Bowen is now living in his own apartment but is still selling the Big Issue magazine on the street. He writes with brutal honesty of his struggles as recovering addict barely making ends meet. Bob is at his side and James shares the many ways the ginger tom cat has been his guardian angel through hardship, serious illness and threatening danger. As the book draws to a close James writes humbly about the publicatio
The Chickens from The Trouble with Chickens are back in their own adventure! Dirt, Sugar, Sweetie, and Poppy try to help a very scared squirrel named Tail. Tail is afraid of something outside the chicken coop that is Big and Scary. It’s up to the chickens to figure out what the thing is and how to defeat it.
The children of Erdas are required to drink Nectar when they turn eleven to see if they will become one of the few to have a spirit animal. Four children are about to discover that they each have spirit animal bonds which are rare links between human and animal that give great powers to both. Conor, an indentured servant, calls Briggan the wolf. Abeke, the young warrior, calls Uraza the leopard. Jhi the panda comes to Meilin, the daughter of a general, and Rollan, an orphan from the streets, calls Essix the falcon.
Flora is a happy, curious pig who lives with her mom and siblings on a farm. She longs for adventure, but there isn’t much going on in the pigpen. One day, she makes an escape and tastes the joy of freedom. When she spies some dogs training for sled-pulling, she dreams of joining the team.