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by Nancy Ellis-Bell

  • Author: Nancy Ellis-Bell
  • ISBN: 0307406288
  • ISBN13: 978-0307406286
  • ePub: 1100 kb | FB2: 1833 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Broadway Books; Reprint edition (July 28, 2009)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 797
  • Format: txt mobi lrf lit
The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog ePub download

I DO NOT recommend anyone to read this book! .

I DO NOT recommend anyone to read this book! Категория.

Ellis-Bell Nancy (EN). The last thing Nancy Ellis-Bell expected to descend on her life was a neglected, too-tall, smart-mouthed, one-legged, blue-and-gold rescue macaw named Peg Leg. And yet, it made perfect sense. A lifelong animal lover, Nancy could never turn away a stray cat, dog, squirrel, or raccoon from her California farm

Equally comical, affecting, and wrenching, The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog is a little charmer that reminds .

Equally comical, affecting, and wrenching, The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog is a little charmer that reminds us of the love we owe our fellow travelers on Earth and the difference that love can make–in their lives and ours. Richmond Times-Dispatch. Daniel Kopulos, veterinary technician and owner of Uptown Birds, New York City.

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NANCY ELLIS-BELL is the author of The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog, which was named one of the Top 5 Nonfiction Books of the Year by the Richmond Times-Dispatch as well as one of the Top 10 Sci-Tec. ore about Nancy Ellis-Bell. Category: Pets Biography & Memoir. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Also in Biography & Memoir.

Nancy Ellis- Bell's moving story of her relationship with a "rescue" macaw she names Sarah is very compelling

Nancy Ellis- Bell's moving story of her relationship with a "rescue" macaw she names Sarah is very compelling. The one-footed macaw and the author's menagerie of animals interact in amazing ways, and the author is actively involved with them, sometimes as an observer, but mainly as a loving "mom". There is plenty of humor in the book, but some very emotional moments, also. I recommend it highly!

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The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog. Nancy Ellis-Bell. A lifelong animal lover, Nancy could never turn away a stray cat, dog, squirrel, or raccoon from her California farm. She also peppered Nancy’s phone conversations with expletive-laden outbursts. There seemed no end to Sarah’s realm, nor her destruction, and it dawned on Nancy that the entire house had slowly transformed into a birdcage.

Nancy Ellis-Bell has always had a love–and a weakness–for animals. She’d already spent a lifetime taking in rescue animals when she and her husband brought home an exotic, wild-caught, one-footed macaw. And so it was that Sarah came into their lives–and changed them forever. Life with Sarah was anything but average. With a huge beak, raptor claws, and a four-foot wingspan, Sarah quickly staked her claim on anything and everything around, including the dogs’ toys, the humans’ food, and the prized furniture.

Carmel Literary Festival added 6 new photos to the album Nancy Ellis-Bell - with Nancybelle Bell. 8 October 2018 ·. Author of ~ The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog ~ ~and Co-Author of ~ A Man for All Species. Carmel Literary Festival added 3 new photos to the album Sharon Law Tucker. Author of ~ Wanted: How to Be a Badass, a Survival Guide for Women.

A touching, laugh-out-loud memoir that reminds us that love can come from the most unexpected places Nancy Ellis-Bell has always had a love–and a weakness–for animals. She’d already spent a lifetime taking in rescue animals when she and her husband brought home an exotic, wild-caught, one-footed macaw. And so it was that Sarah came into their lives–and changed them forever.Life with Sarah was anything but average. With a huge beak, raptor claws, and a four-foot wingspan, Sarah quickly staked her claim on anything and everything around, including the dogs’ toys, the humans’ food, and the prized furniture. But just when taking in this rowdy, unruly creature began to feel like an utter disaster, Nancy was able to coax Sarah to spread her atrophied wings–weak from years of being confined to a cage–and fly.
Vudojar
This book is such a delightful read. Anyone who loves animals will love this book. Nancy Ellis' determination to create a warm and safe environment for her furry and feathered family is inspiring, heartwarming and rather unusual. There are funny and fabulous happenings and mishaps in every chapter and the story of Sarah the Macaw is lovingly and beautifully told.
Modifyn
The old adage you can't judge a book by its cover (or its synopsis) is certainly true here. This book has a cute cover, starts out great with real hope and great potential but it takes a terrible turn. This read left me angry, worried, depressed and guilty for sharing my life with my macaw.

Under the "Suggested Tags" for this book they list "birthday" as a possibly tag but my suggestion would be only if you really do not like the person.
Oppebro
This book was really informative and amusing. I really enjoyed reading it. Some of it may have been exaggerated, but it was worth the read.
Heraly
this is a good book for any animal lover really but esp for people who have had a bird. good story of a lady and her macaw, a bit of a sad ending but provides knowledge for people who are interested in birds.
Manona
Thoroughly enjoyable. A very touching read, especially when her body was finally found as I cried thinking about losing my beloved Jack Terrier.
Nkeiy
Never read anything by this author before.I enjoyed the bird care isses in the book.Did not expect that.It did make me cry.Have since loaned the book to two friends.Would recomend this book to all bird owners.So glad I purchased it!
Grari
I loved this book. I am so glad I didn't let the negative reviews sway me. You may cry at times. I didn't know such terrible things were happening to the birds in the wild, that is the real tragedy; I think Sarah was very blessed to find a home where she was loved. Yes, Nancy made a lot of mistakes but isn't that the point of her telling her story? It also sounded like Sarah didn't know anything but cruelty until she came to live with Nancy. There is no question that Nancy loves her animals and I'm sure it took a lot for her to share her story with the world. I'm sure she helped a lot of other parrots to not have the same fate by telling her story.
Book arrived in less than perfect condition.
The white cover was mudged with dirt and extra care
should have been taken in handling the product when it
has a light cover. It was purchased as a gift and
looks used.
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