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Keeping Exotic Animals Happy -- Iguana Owner and Writer Releases Light-hearted How-To on Pet Care
SAN MATEO, Calif., January 31, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- At first, it seems that owning a pet is a simple thing. No matter what animal you bring home, there are basics: food, shelter, love and exercise. But, what about exotic animals? Is there something more to be said about how to care for the numerous exotic animals that fill American homes? An Iguana In The Family: By Grover Granville Green, the Green Iguana, now available through 1stBooks Library, is a light romp through life seen through the eyes of an iguana. More than that, however, An Iguana In The Family offers basic ideas and examples as to how to raise a happy and healthy exotic pet.
Passage Through History -- Story follows the life of a tough, savvy land-owning woman in the 1800's
LAFAYETTE, Calif., January 31, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- A woman of the Civil War, Elizabeth Dobbs, never moved more than fives miles from where she began her life but she experienced a life that was more eventful than most people experienced traveling the world. Author Virginia van Druten chronicles the life of the main character, Elizabeth, as she battled through the Civil War, the loss of her child, running the family farm, and the death of her husband in Passage Through History (now available through 1stBooks Library).