L. J. Tenzin-dolma

Helpful votes received on reviews: 98% (48 of 49)
Location: Bath, Somerset United Kingdom
Birthday: 19 Sep
In My Own Words:
Author, canine psychologist


Top Reviewer Ranking: 252,874 - Total Helpful Votes: 48 of 49
The Nature Magpie: A Cornucopia of Facts, Anecdote&hellip by Daniel Allen
5.0 out of 5 stars Totally engrossing, 26 May 2013
'The Nature Magpie' is a fascinating book. It's filled with information on a wide variety of subjects that tempted me to delve deeper and do some research of my own. It's totally engrossing, absolutely brilliant, and I've learned a lot from it. If you want to know how many new species were identified in 2011, how to identify animal tracks, what bird's nest soup is really made from, what the Cloud Appreciation Society is ... and lots, lots more ... treat yourself to this book. You'll be glad you did!
The truth about wolves and dogs: Dispelling the my&hellip by Toni Shelbourne
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A beautiful book, 9 Jan 2013
This visually stunning and beautifully written book eloquently explores the differences and similarities between wolves and dogs. Subtitled 'Dispelling the Myths of Dog Training', the book reveals and clearly illustrates the real dynamics within interactions in both species, and clarifies why the outdated and scientifically inaccurate 'dominance' methods used in dog training are inappropriate and ultimately damaging to the very special human-canine bond.

Toni Shelbourne's understanding of the behaviour and body language of wolves and dogs is based on many years of studying and working with both species. The gorgeous photos are accompanied by clear interpretations and reinforce… Read more
Edge of the Universe: A Voyage to the Cosmic Horiz&hellip by Paul Halpern
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Paul Halpern has a real gift for explaining the complexities of science in such a way that even seemingly incomprehensible theories are made clear. In `Edge of the Universe' he takes us on a fast-paced, heady cosmic adventure, teeming with twists, turns, solved and as yet unsolved mysteries. This reads like an edge-of-your-seat detective story, where the adventure spans the birth of our universe (and other universes), through the intriguing descriptions of its inhabitants throughout its evolution, to the possibilities that loom with its eventual demise.

Sparkling flashes of wit, humour and very clever analogies add extra zing to this fascinating book. Halpern had me laughing out… Read more