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We have so much to learn from animals, their lives and their behavior, for they are complete while man is not. This book of heartwarming animal stories can continue to teach and help us all.
Dr. Bernie Siegel
Author of Love, Animals and Miracles, 365 Prescriptions for the Soul, and A Book of Miracles
Heartwarming Short Stories about Loving and
Being Loved by Pets
If you like animals, this anthology is a must read. If you don't, but you end up reading these beautiful stories anyway, you may end up loving them too. . . . If anything the tender, and humane way animals were loved and treated by their masters - as depicted in each of the stories - made me think that there have to be more kind people in this world than evil ones and that animals are here for a reason.
Psychologist, writer of scientific treatises of animal consciousness
Truly absorbing and charming real life vignettes that open our human minds to the utterly emotional world of animals. Each story demonstrates what science has come to understand: that animals have remarkable perceptual sensations, intently more sophisticated than any human. In these stories, as an animal interacts with other animals or people, (we see them as) feeling, caring, thinking and doing creatures.
by Linda Marie Frank Author of The Annie Tillery Mystery Series
What a great idea! Authors helping authors. Lois W. Stern approaches the art of the story with the heart that is in
each of the individual tales in all her Tales to Inspire books. What a heart warming collection of stories. Each story
has a nugget of the truth of being human. How each of us relates to every one of the stories is personal, and
sometimes revealing to ourselves. If you are looking for some evidence of the durability of the human spirit and how
connected we are to the other living creatures, read The Garnet Collection Stories from the Tales2Inspire series.
If you want to keep that warm and optimistic feeling going read all the Tales2Inspire Series.If there is a little bit of
the author/storyteller in you, see how Lois W. Stern will help you tell your story.
Just an up-lifting and fun read.
I really loved the stories in the Garnet Collection!
Having a dog and cat of my own, I really loved the stories in the Garnett Collection! The common thread in each story is the unconditional love that is given, not only to us but sometimes to surprising recipients, by these animals. What a wonderful world it would be if we could mimic their behavior and treat each other as kindly.
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