Entries Tagged as 'Photography'

Eye on the Wild: Cheetah and Gorilla

April 11th, 2012 · 3 Comments · Books

Review By KRISTIN WALD Everyone loves baby animals. Even the most jaded adult will admit to succumbing to warm fuzzies when faced with kittens and puppies. Suzi Eszterhas, an award-winning wildlife photographer, has a new series from Frances Lincoln called Eye on the Wild. The first two of the four-book series are Cheetah and Gorilla. A combination of […]

[

Tags: ·················

A Christmas Horse Named Cairo

December 9th, 2011 · No Comments · Books

Review By MOLLY FRISINGER A Christmas Horse Named Cairo: A Rescued Palomino from Sunny Day Farms is a fundraiser book for Sunny Day Farms Animal Sanctuary. Using photographs and a simple storyline, the book tells the true story of rescued horse Cairo through the eyes of a little girl who lives on the farm. The […]

[

Tags: ··········

My Milk Toof

November 29th, 2011 · No Comments · Books

Review By JESSICA ALMY Inhae Lee’s children’s book was my introduction to her delightfully funny photo essays about two milk “teef” named Ickle and Lardee. Lest you’re concerned the term “milk teef” refers to cow’s milk, Lee explains in the introduction to the book that milk teeth are merely baby teeth that fall out and are replaced by permanent […]

[

Tags: ······

One Kingdom: Our Lives with Animals

May 14th, 2011 · No Comments · Books

Review By CAROLYN M. MULLIN Deborah Noyes is a wonderfully attentive and insightful author and photographer. Melding these two strengths into One Kingdom, she has summarized our oftentimes quirky, odd, abusive, symbiotic, and vastly interesting history living with animals through poetic and quizzical reflections. Her powerful black and white portraits bring to life the animal […]

[

Tags: ·········