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Helpful votes received on reviews: 78% (18 of 23)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 58,882 - Total Helpful Votes: 18 of 23
In Defence of Dogs: Why Dogs Need Our Understandin&hellip by John Bradshaw
I studied Canine Psychology and Behaviour at college and this was one of the books recommended on the course. It is written in a very straightforward style and is easy to understand. John Bradshaw makes communicating with your dog a two way thing and helps you to understand how to get the dog's co-operation in a kind and gentle way. Knowing how a dog learns and what can upset them and why they do what they do is priceless. In fact, if I had my way, I'd make this compulsory reading for every dog owner.
Peaches for Monsieur le Curé by Joanne Harris
The main characters return to the scene of the first book and we find out what happens next. Beautifully created characters, interesting storyline. Very satisfying read.
The Lollipop Shoes (Chocolat 2) by Joanne Harris
I enjoyed reading Joanne Harris' Chocolat so much that I had to read this one too and it didn't disappoint. It is an unusual story but I love the element of phantasy. Just like a fairy story but for adults or you can just put it down to psychology, it's up to you. Very enjoyable and couldn't put it down until I'd finished it.

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