The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog

Paperback $14.00

Broadway Books | Jul 28, 2009 | 256 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307406286

  • Paperback$14.00

    Broadway Books | Jul 28, 2009 | 256 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780307406286

  • Ebook$11.99

    Crown | Jul 22, 2008 | 288 Pages | ISBN 9780307409539

Praise

One of the Top 5 Nonfiction Books of the Year
Richmond Times-Dispatch

One of the Top 10 Sci-Tech Books of 2008
Booklist

"Equally comical, affecting, and wrenching, The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog is a little charmer that reminds us of the love we owe our fellow travelers on Earth and the difference that love can make–in their lives and ours."
Richmond Times-Dispatch

“Life with a macaw is always an adventure….Ellis-Bell captures this ongoing sense of discovery perfectly.”
—Booklist, starred review

“An amazing story full of intriguing characters, both human and animal, and a biologically accurate account of bird behavior. I couldn’t put it down.”
—Marc Morrone, pet expert on the Martha Stewart Show

“In The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog, Nancy Ellis-Bell shares the magic of making a truly singular connection with an exotic, intelligent, sensitive, and essentially wild creature. I can’t wait to share this book with my clients and friends.”
—Joel Blumberg, DVM, Santa Rosa Veterinary Hospital

“Nancy Ellis-Bell has managed to capture on paper the trials and absolute splendor that so many go through when finding themselves being ‘owned’ by a feathered companion and shows how the experience can lead to a life of unconditional love and respect for these magnificent creatures.”
—Daniel Kopulos, veterinary technician and owner of Uptown Birds, New York City

“Ellis-Bell shows just how a macaw can steal your heart—and rule your life! Enjoy a glimpse of living with these wonderful birds.”
—Pat Surniak, president of the Redwood Empire Cage Bird Club, Santa Rosa, California

“Sarah is a delightfully mischievous creature the reader grows to love as Ellis-Bell did.”
Publishers Weekly


From the Hardcover edition.

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