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Praise for "One Big Happy Family: ""This collection of tender stories and photos describes surprising interspecies relationships, many involving an adult predator suppressing its instinct to kill and taking on a parental role when exposed to an orphaned or abandoned baby animal that would ordinarily be its prey. ... Rogak's prose is buttressed by adorable pictures of the animals from different species snuggling or cuddling with each other. Impressively, the animals actively sought out the younger creatures in need. The stories exemplify the maxim that truth is stranger than fiction, and even if these incidents mark the exception rather than the rule, animal lovers of all ages will enjoy the book." --"Publishers Weekly ""This book 'sells' itself. It gathers 50 stories of animals of one species mothering (or, in several cases, fathering) babies from an entirely foreign species. The instinct to nurture young is almost universal, and, as these stories demonstrate, that instinct can sometimes trump the instinct to stay within one's own kind. ... Illustrated with irresistible color photos, this one is a charmer." --"Booklist ""Lisa Rogak in "One Big Happy Family" treats us to short but sweet stories of animals caring for animals of other species." --"Animal People ""Every page is an 'Awww!' moment, with surprising stories of interspecies adoption and friendships (the Dalmatian and her spotted sheep, the Labrador and her bunnies, a kitty and baby chicks - you get the idea) and accompanying photos ... Truly a book to make you happy, happy, happy." --TheDenverChannel.comPraise for "Dogs of Courage" "This is the perfect stocking-stuffer for the dog lover on your list." --"Hudson Valley News""A celebration of the many ways service dogs help humans. . . . Will give dog enthusiasts plenty of reinforcement for the assertion that dogs are man's best friend." --"Kirkus Reviews""Lisa Rogak delivers another excellent book! . . . If you're looking for a book full of feel-good stories - look no further. Rogak will warm your heart with her numerous 'tails' of canine heroism." --"The Examiner""An engrossing series of portraits of survival captured in a rich context of hope and heart that will leave you smiling and feeling richly nourished." --Seattle Kennel ClubPraise for "The Dogs""of War" "A book that will fascinate dog lovers and lovers of the military...It's inspiring and beautifully written." --"The Examiner"""The Dogs of War" documents the real-life valor of canine warriors. Rogak is to be commended for the book's encyclopedic scope and rich historical detail." --"The Washington Post ""Canine heroism is eloquently celebrated in Lisa Rogak's "The Dogs of War."" --"Hudson Valley News""Lisa Rogak's "The Dogs of War" sheds light on why the dog, more than any other animal, holds a special place in our history, and our hearts. The most comprehensive book I have ever read on the subject of military dogs, it exemplifies the indomitable spirit of the dog itself, ever selfless, loyal to a fault." --Steve Duno, author of "Last Dog on the Hill"
Lisa Rogak is the author of "The Dogs of War: The Courage, Love, and Loyalty of Military Working Dogs "and "Dogs of Courage: The Heroism and Heart of Working Dogs Around the World, " and editor of the "New York Times "bestselling "Barack Obama in His Own Words, "among many other books.