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  • My family is not confined to mother, mate, and child; but it includes all creatures be they tame or wild; my family upon this earth includes all living things, on land, or in the ocean deep, or borne aloft on wings.~ Alicia S. Carpenter

Animal Communication Book: Kinship with All Life


Price: $13.95
Description

Animal-Communication-Book-Kinship with All LifeAn enduring classic, the touching poignancy and down to earth genuineness of this animal communication book still makes me smile and cry whenever I re-read it.

Written in 1954, this book is the precursor to the many fine contemporary books about animal communication written by my teachers and peers in the animal communication field.  Author J. Allen Boone regales the stories of his connection and communication with the a very special German Shepherd named Strongheart who was the star in the original Jack London’s White Fang movie and many others written for him as the lead actor. It was Strongheart who opened Boone’s heart, and taught him how to communicate telepathically not only with him but with all animals. Inspiring and entertaining stories include many about the Boone and Strongheart, Freddie the Fly, as well as touching tales of communication with snakes, ponies, horses, camels, skunks, worms, and ants. 

A remarkable aspect of this book is how the author continually speaks of what he learns from the animals, not about what he asks them to do for him.

From the back cover:
For anyone who loves animals, for all those who have ever experienced the special devotion only a pet can bring, Kinship With All Life is an unqualified delight. Sample these pages and you will never encounter “just a dog” again, but rather a fellow member of nature’s own family. Proof that communication with animals is a wonderful, indisputable fact. All that is required is an attitude of openness, friendliness, humility, and a sense of humor to part the curtain and form bonds of real friendship.

(Softcover book, 157 pages)