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Reply Joan Daulby
7:52 PM on November 28, 2012 
Michelle - it's Dennis, not Joan...I do reviews of books. This one is up for grabs for a review and I thought it might be up your alley - it's free. If interested, respond to DCRiz@aol.com and I'll get you the book.
D Rizzo


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From: desertwriter1@gmail.com
Sent: 11/28/2012 5:07:49 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
Subj: Fwd: [NEWMANPR] - Caught Between The World of Wolves and Dogs


Anyone interested?



Bob Sanchez
http://bobsanchez1.blogspot.com
http://bitly.com/bobsanchez




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From: Newman Communications
Date: Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 11:37 AM
Subject: [NEWMANPR] - Caught Between The World of Wolves and Dogs
To: desertwriter1@gmail.com


Bob Sanchez
The Internet Review of Books


Hi Bob,

Please let me know if you would like to receive this book for review:

PART WILD:One Woman's Journey with a Creature Caught Between the Worlds of Wolves and Dogs

Ceiridwen Terrill

Praise for Part Wild

"Terrill will make you fully understand the differences between wild and domestic animals. Her riveting prose about her wolf hybrid is essential reading for everyone who is interested in animals."

-Temple Grandin

"This introspective and lyrical book will be an eye-opener for all lovers of dogs."

-Booklist:

"Terrill knows her territory extremely well (she's formerly a Northern California Forest Service wilderness ranger), and she peppers the narrative with interesting knowledge about the nature of wolves, their interspecies behavioral traits, diet and the serious consequences challenging this type of unorthodox pet ownership. Readable, cautionary and dependably informative for staunch animal enthusiasts."

- Kirkus Reviews

"As the author tries everything from obedience classes to electrified enclosures to restrain Inyo, she also makes an effort to understand her wild wolfdog, exploring the science behind the biology, psychology, and evolution of dogs and wolves.[Terrill's] growth feels sincere and the power of her storytelling and commitment wins out."

- Publishers Weekly
Reply Joan Daulby
7:27 PM on April 20, 2011 
Welcome, Michelle!