Learning from Dogs: new nonfiction book
Happily a gift arrived a week ago from a friend. Paul Handover’s nonfiction book came and now has a place on my desk. Having connected through our blogs on WordPress.com. We shared a few chats on the phone. Our conversations led to Handover requesting a book endorsement for his Learning from Dogs: Innate Wisdom from Man’s Best Friend, his nonfiction on the wisdom of dogs.
As Agatha Christie’s famous detective, Poirot likes to put it, “My little gray cells…” so in an email to Paul, I wrote, “‘My little gray cells’ are spinning from jazzy ideas for your book blurb.”
“…fine insights on dogs by Handover, who loves them, lives with dozens and learns from dogs.”
A rich resource of ideas, experience and knowledge, both large in scope.
Handover delivers in terms of descriptive of canine behavior, historical and detailed memoir..
“Paul Handover’s book will open your eyes to man’s best friend. Forget that bogus male alpha dog or alpha wolf. Make way for the three dogs needed for a healthy dog pack. Make peace with multiple dogs in your family’s life.”
“You will love this book. Paul Handover sets us free from false ideas of what dogs need. Read and learn to make a healthier relationship with your dog and dogs everywhere.”
“What do our faithful and loving dogs have to do with hope and a better future? Everything. Discover the five things our dogs teach us. Paul Handover tells us how to make a better world for our children and grandchildren. Read parts of this book aloud to your family and friends. I also recommend this book for book clubs, especially for clubs reading nonfiction and discussing current events.”
In Learning From Dogs Handover returns us to our origins. Readers, find how early humans were helped and comforted by dogs, plus the rich evidence of man and dog co-evolution. Dive into this personal and species adventure. Reading this will change your perspective on dogs, wolves and humankind. Most importantly, “Learning From Dogs” values life on planet earth offers ideas on peaceful co-evolution and holds out a hand to readers, a hand called hope.
“It takes a long time to become young.”~ Pablo Picasso
In Learning From Dogs, Handover returns us to our origins investigating the mutual survival and social relations of early humans and dogs. Visit the rich evidence of man and dog’s coevolution. Reading this changes our perspective on dogs, wolves and humankind. Most importantly Learning From Dogs values life on Earth and offers ideas on peaceful coevolution. Handover holds out his hand to readers, a hand called hope.”
Please visit Learning from Dogs blog and read more about the book.
Deborah Taylor-French, author and blogger of Dog Leader Mysteries, writes books full of animal rescue and positive dog leadership plus non-fiction books for adults.