On Animals by Susan Orlean 288 pages

Susan Orlean is an animal lover, and although she admits it on page one of her most recent work of nonfiction, the fifteen essays in On Animals is further proof that she is. The main characters range from show dogs to chickens to oxen to pandas. Her travels take her to Morocco, South Africa and Cuba.

Susan Orlean is a great writer of nonfiction. On Animals is heartwarming, interesting and humorous. She even makes taxidermy fascinating!!! I think anyone and everyone would enjoy On Animals, but especially people who love and respect animals.

On Animals by Susan Orlean 288 pages

One thought on “On Animals by Susan Orlean 288 pages

  1. Tricia Knoll says:

    I heard her speak on public radio about this book. I’ve read several of her books and look forward to this one. Thank you for reviewing it.

    Tricia Knoll Living on the unceded land of Abenaki people

    *My new chapbook Checkered Mates from Kelsay Books is now available from Kelsay Books and Amazon. *

    *Poetry collections -*

    – *How I Learned to Be White* (available on Amazon ) received the 2018 Indie Book Award for Motivational Poetry. – *Broadfork Farm –* poems about a small organic farm in Trout Lake, Washington, its people and creatures is available on Amazon and from The Poetry Box. – *Ocean’s Laughter*, a book of lyric and eco-poetry about Manzanita, Oregon. Look at * Amazon.com or for *Reviews. – *Urban Wild*, a poetry chapbook available from Finishing Line Press that explores interactions of humans and wildlife in urban habitat.

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    On Tue, Oct 12, 2021 at 7:23 PM Nancy’s Book Blog wrote:

    > Nancy posted: ” Susan Orlean is an animal lover, and although she admits > it on page one of her most recent work of nonfiction, the fifteen essays in > On Animals is further proof that she is. The main characters range from > show dogs to chickens to oxen to pandas. Her tr” >

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