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The Parrot Who Thought She Was A Dog

In A Man for All Species, animal expert Marc Morrone weaves thrilling, inspiring, strange, and often hilarious experiences with practical advice gleaned over his forty-year career, revealing a world of adventure and anguish, humor and heart, that every pet owner and animal lover will recognize.  Co-authored with Nancy Ellis-Bell. 


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A Man for All Species

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. But the macaw, quickly rechristened Sarah, was a whole new challenge, as Nancy, her husband, Kerry, and their furry menagerie would find out.

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How To Be A BadAss, a survival guide for women

How to Be a BadAss is not about muscles or motorcycles, tattoos or piercings in delicate parts of the body.  It's a survival guide for today's young women.

Using down-to-earth common sense and personal anecdotes taken from years of experience.


For some, this is a refresher, for others this may be your best simple guide to surviving life's many challenges.  The rest is up to you!


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The Mourning After

The Mourning After explores grief, survival and hope from one woman's personal journey of loss  Through her experience she hopes to provide some comfort and guidance to those who are suffering.  It is her wish to let you know you are not alone.


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