EVERYMAN'S ARK by Sally- Ed. Johnson
Kirkus Star


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This is a fine collection of writing about real animals; some of the pieces are excerpts, others complete accounts, and all have a high degree of excellence. The situation always involves a close relation between people and animals who are living them in relative freedom. There is a story of a couple who in the snows of the (never have wolves been more bewitchingly story about a Greek commando who taught a young with a praying W. H. Hudson gives the brief, happy, tragic story of some of the lesser known writers off best, they are the most and revealing of the quality which best wonder and respect for animals as They give and take relations of love and trust, and the human of this book with a remarkable gentleness and

Pub Date: May 23rd, 1962
Publisher: Harper