Our own Winnie the Pooh once said ‘Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That’s the problem’. Whether you believe that we can talk through animal communicators telepathically, there is no doubt that an animal looking at you, is often trying to ‘talk’ to your soul. One woman who worked in the African jungle said that when she looked at a gorilla and the gorilla looked back at her, it was like ‘looking through the eyes of God’.
Of course, learning to talk to animals means we can help them. If we understand them and they understand us, this focuses on far better welfare for all species. Horse Speak is an interesting book that teaches you how to communicate with our equine friends. Let expert Sharon Wilsie teach you to learn what your horse friend is telling you. In 12 easy steps, learn what horses are saying with their breath and body language, and discover the four Gs of Horse Speak: Greeting, Going Somewhere, Grooming and Gone!
How to Talk to a Tiger (and other animals) is a fun book, to share unique ways of communicating between 50 animals. With humorous text, discover deer that sneeze to say ‘hello’, bees that waggle their tums and fish that break wind! As with any book like this, learning about the wildlife we share our planet with, will help us be inspired to protect. Children will meet:
- Deer that sneeze to say ‘hello’
- Bees that waggle their tums
- Fish that break wind!
- Alligators that dunk
- Fire worms that flash
If your child wants to talk to a tiger, chatter with a cheetah or yak with a yak, this book brings together a babble of 100 beasties, exploring the amazing ways that animals talk to each other. Wildlife have the strangest ways of sending a message.