Dorothy Hinshaw Patent Reviews
I've loved animals and nature, since I was a child. I invested my time out choosing scooping tadpoles and flowers . So it is no wonder that I studied biology and became an author myself of the type of gifts I loved when I was young, publications about nature. I've expanded into other interesting areas of nonfiction, too, especially historical themes of the American, including Lewis and Clark and Native Americans.
The lives of wolves and dogs particularly encouraged me. Scientists consider them the same species, but wolves are so successful in being rampant, and dogs have done a excellent job of linking themselves to people in lots of ways. I have researched this connection from different angles lately novels--"Dog On Board: The True Story of Eclipse, the Bus-Riding Dog," "The Ideal Dog for the Job: Irah's Path from Service Dog to Guide Dog," "Saving Audie: A Pit Bull Puppy Gets a Second Chance," "Dogs on Duty: Soldiers' Best Friends on the Battlefield and Beyond," and "Super Sniffers: Dog Detectives on the Job."
My one fiction, "Return to the Wolf," available in a Kindle edition, shows how wolves live in the wild. Should you read this book, you'll realize behavior your dog shares using its wild cousin, like anal or dominant behavior. "If the Wolves Return: Restoring Nature's Balance in Yellowstone" illustrates the importance of wolves into the natural ecosystem.
My fascination with animals goes beyond canines--"Decorated Horses," for youthful readers, investigates a few ways individuals over time have decorated their horses for different motives, also "The Call of the Osprey" explores not only the life of this Remarkable bird but also research in the University of Montana on dangerous heavy metals deposited in the Clark Fork River from previous mining operations through dimensions of these substan
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