Teen's New Book Brings to Life the Connection Between Humans and Animals: A compilation of short stories from America's most renowned authors brings inspiration, hope, and realized dreams.
Online PR News – 26-October-2012 – Minneapolis, MN – Since the dawn of time, animals have played an important part in the life of man. They have provided man with a source of food, and have even been used to help man hunt for food. Even though hunting has become obsolete and is mainly for entertainment or sport, animals are still important to the survival of the human species.
The Animal Anthology Project is a compilation of non-fiction short stories written by renowned authors whose contributions brings inspiration, hope, and realized dreams in relation to animals. At sixteen years old, Christine Catlin is the founder of The Animal Anthology Project, a project that has received nearly a thousand submissions, and donates all of its profits to Best Friends Animal Society.
Reflecting the connection between humans and animals, this literary collection provides readers with animal related stories and captivating photos of dogs, cats, birds, horses and critters. Some of these compelling stories include Irene Pepperberg’s Alex the Grey Parrot, Lois Duncan’s A Dog Lover Goes to Hollywood, Sy Montgomery’s Tarantula Heaven, Bob Tarte’s An Opportunistic Hen and Carl Safina’s Song for the Blue Ocean to name a few.
The Animal Anthology Project provides a myriad of stories that are intriguing, suspenseful and heartfelt. Catlin’s compilation is both exciting and entertaining to read particularly to those who genuinely love and cares for their animals.
To buy the book either head to your local bookstore or go on amazon.com. Out of more than 1,000 submission we have selected our favorite 50 to appear in print. All proceeds benefit the Best Friends Animal Society.
The Animal Anthology Project's goal is to create anthologies with quality non-fiction writing and artwork from people across the country. Profits go to benefit the Best Friends Animal Society.