Famous Authors and Their Pets

Famous Authors and Their Pets

There’s nothing cozier than curling up with a good book and your furry companion. People have always had a special relationship with their pets; they offer us friendship and unconditional love, after all. Both classic and modern authors have had beloved pets that inspired their works and provided them with companionship. Here are a few.   1. STEPHEN KING’S CORGI MOLLY, THE THING OF EVIL Renowned horror writer Stephen King loves his Pembroke Welsh corgi, Molly, who he refers to as “The Thing of Evil.” On Twitter, he likes to chronicle all the devious things she likes to do, such …

9 Books with Animal Sidekicks for National Pet Day

9 Books with Animal Sidekicks for National Pet Day

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Don’t have a pet to celebrate National Pet Day with? Not to worry—we’ve got plenty! These nine reads, all complete with a furry friend or two, will make you feel a little less lonely this National Pet Day. 1. Fleetfoot – Throne of Glass via amazon If you’ve read Sarah J. Maas’ bestselling series, Throne of Glass, you’re familiar with Celaena’s dog, Fleetfoot. The series follows Celaena Sardothien, an 18-year-old assassin currently a slave in the Endovier salt mines. Dorian Havilliard, the Crown Prince, offers her freedom, but only if she competes to become the new royal assassin. If she …

5 Books to Celebrate World Wildlife Day

5 Books to Celebrate World Wildlife Day

Why not take a walk on the wild side? In honor of World Wildlife Day, here are 5 books that celebrate all things wild.     1. The Jungle Book by rudyard kipling A classic tale beloved by many, The Jungle Book tells the tale of young Mowgli, a child lost in the jungles of India, who is raised by a pack of wolves. He must learn from the animals how to abide by the laws of the wild jungle in order to survive. This is a classic tale that shows us animals and humans can get along.   image via amazon …

5 Wildlife Books Cooler Than National Geographic

5 Wildlife Books Cooler Than National Geographic

Each week, Bookstr scans bestseller lists across the Internet to learn what people are reading, buying, gifting, and talking about most—just so we can ensure consistent, high quality recommendations. This week’s picks are wildlife recommendations to immerse yourself in the natural world. Dig in!   5. Sleep: How nature gets its rest by Kate Prendergast      Sleep: How Nature Gets Its Rest by Kate Prendergast is all about educating you on how animals of the world get their rest. Some animals sleep alone. Others sleep in packs. Some slumber at night, and others prefer the daytime for getting some …