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By Edward Stourton. 2011
Anyone who ever walks a dog will know that if you are accompanied by a dog you can talk to… anyone, and anyone can talk to you - about anything. What is more, while we may know that a dog is just a dog, we continue to allow ourselves to speak and think of our dogs as friends, individuals with a full claim on our affections. 2011.
By Ed Broadbent. 2001
Essays providing a wide range of opinions and insights into the many aspects of the issues of democracy and relative… equality. Despite their differing views of the possible methods that could be used, every one agrees that equality must be regained. 2001.
Presents a practical training program for the beginner. Covers the six obedience exercises: heel, sit, stand, drop, stay, and recall… (come when called). Discusses basic training principles and the best age to train a dog; gives specific exercises. Grades 5-8 and older. 1997.
By Brooke Jeffrey. 2015
Providing fascinating insight into the origins of a new conservative vision for the economy, federalism, and domestic and foreign policies,… the author critically considers Prime Minister Harper’s successes and failures, and evaluates the likely outcome of his long-term vision for Canada. 2015.
By Kristina Cordero, Jorge Ramos. 2005
Emmy Award-winning journalist recounts the 2003 smuggling of illegal aliens across the Mexico-Texas border that resulted in the deaths of… nineteen people locked inside a truck. Using survivor interviews and courtroom data Ramos reconstructs the experiences of those who paid human traffickers to enter the United States. 2005. Uniform title: Morir en el intento.
By Henry Kissinger. 1994
Former national security consultant and secretary of state surveys the history of diplomacy from the seventeenth-century Peace of Westphalia. He… focuses on American diplomacy following the Cold War; specifically, his belief in the need for a "blend of experience and insight" to preserve a balance of power and the need to be more assertive about protecting national interests. Kissinger frequently cites his own contributions. c1994.
By Merrily Weisbord, Kim Kachanoff. 2000
All around the world there are certain dogs that provide life saving duties in a variety of different settings. This… book looks at these canines and discusses their specific talents. It describes the lives of 22 working dogs that rescue, protect, entertain, hunt and happily serve people for a living. 2000.
By Peter C Newman. 1997
Newman tackles the upheavals which reshaped Canadian society in the 1990s. He talks about the major figures in Canada and… the issues which rose to prominence. He also continues his chronicle of how Canada is changing as it loses its institutional touchstones, and why Eaton's is the latest icon to fall from grace. 1997.
By Michael Moore. 2003
Author of Stupid White Men (DC25515) continues his criticism of the United States and the Bush administration. Questions the war… on terrorism and laments the erosion of domestic civil liberties while supporting Oprah Winfrey for president. Strong language. Bestseller. 2003.
By Elizabeth Abbott. 2015
From the soulless concrete corridors of an American prison to the halls of a Canadian hospital to life among the… ruins in post-war Serbia, the author meets people whose lives are changed forever by a wagging tail and a pair of soulful eyes—and dogs who find a new lease on life with devoted human companions. Sharing stories of rescuing dogs in need of shelter, friendship, and love: devoted Tommy, the inspiration who began it all; irrepressible Bonzi, the beagle who charmed his way into prisoners’ hearts; and many more, the author digs down into the deepest roots of the human–animal bond, showing us that together people and dogs can find hope and happiness. 2015.
By Steve Jenkins. 2009
By J. Moussaieff Masson. 1997
A psychoanalyst attempts to explore the mind and heart of the dog. Delves into questions about emotions in dogs, offering… evidence of canine love, loyalty, dignity, fear, and loneliness. Recounts true stories that support the author's beliefs about the affective lives of dogs. 1997.
By Edward Greenspon, Anthony Wilson-Smith. 1996
Two political journalists chart the first year's of Jean Chrétien's government. They discuss the main events of Chrétien's leadership, especially… the fight against the deficit, and portray the partnership which Chrétien and finance minister Paul Martin have forged. 1996.
By Desmond Morris. 1987
By Jacques Cousteau, Philippe Diolé. 1975
Observing dolphins in various seas of the world, the authors present characteristics of this intelligent, friendly marine mammal, and the… results of data gathered from experiments. 1975. (Undersea Discoveries of Jacques Yves Cousteau) Uniform title: Les dauphins et la liberté.
By Vicki Myron, Bret Witter. 2008
Spencer, Iowa, public library director Vicki Myron describes finding a kitten in the book drop in 1988. Named Dewey Readmore… Books by library staff, the feline became an increasingly famous mascot over the next nineteen years. Myron also discusses her divorce, single parenthood, breast cancer scare, and love of librarianship. Bestseller. 2008.
Makes the case that America's failed Vietnam War strategy of "gradual pressure" was driven by domestic political considerations with the… timid acquiescence of military advisors. Avers that American leaders' "arrogance, weakness, (and) lying in the pursuit of self-interest" led to one of America's worst foreign policy debacles. 1997.
By Bernard Crick. 2002
A short account of the history of the doctrine and practice of democracy, from ancient Greece and Rome through the… American, French, and Russian revolutions, and of the usages and practices associated with it in the modern world. It argues that democracy is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for good government, and that ideas of the rule of law, and of human rights, should in some situations limit democratic claims. 2002.
A collection of essays by 16 contributors, including David Suzuki, Ralph Nader, Kevin Page, Maude Barlow, and Linda McQuaig. These… and other experts in their fields document key changes put in place by the Harper government in the areas of trade deals, the environment, youth activism, indigenous rights, economic growth, taxes, and wealth and poverty. 2015.
By Catherine Johnson, Temple Grandin. 2009
From renowned scientist and animal welfare advocate Temple Grandin, this groundbreaking book is a clarion call to awareness of the… inner lives of humankind's far-too-often mistreated and neglected companions. Based on research spanning over 30 years, these stunning insights into the very real emotions and thoughts of animals are sure to be a source of fascination and inspiration. 2009.