When Tim Rowland s earlier book of his animal essays, ALL PETS ARE OFF, was published, readers immediately clad for Their preference for animal stories over the political columns Tim s also known for is understandable animals are way fun to read about than politicians Especially now So here s a new volume of over 75 columns, from the introduction to the farm of bovines Cleopatra and Heifertiti, the Belted Galloway beauties, to the further antics of Hannah the English Bulldog and Juliet the tiny Siamese and of course, of the joyful bouvier des Flandres named Opie that s sure to provide loads of smiles and even outright guffaws....
|Title||:||Tim Rowland's Creature Features|
|Publisher||:||High Peaks Publishing October 31, 2012|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
|File Size||:||590 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Tim Rowland's Creature Features Reviews
A well-written and amusing account about life on a small farm. It's a quick read, and I enjoyed it.
Hilarious, laugh-out-loud, short stories of life on the farm. If you love animals, you will love this book and the sharp wit of the author. Bravo!
Being an animal lover, I couldn't resist reading author Tim Rowland's CREATURE FEATURES as part of his Premier Virtual Book Tour. I'm so glad I did.
Creature Features by Tim Rowland is a collection of over seventy-five columns about mostly farm animals. In preparing to review this collection, I bookmarked those columns which made me most laugh. Some of the anecdotes I couldn't resist reading to my husband, because they described quirks which are shared by our pets. Other stories I enjoyed because they gave me insights into animals which I haven't tried to raise. Although Rowland did sometimes ramble and confuse me with some of his tales, I appreciated his clean humor, willingness to share embarrassing moments, and the light-hearted philosophical twists at the end of many of his columns.