Listed here are books by the owner of Critterish Allsorts – Dale Preece-Kelly – that you may be interested in reading.
“Unleashing the Healing Power of Animals”
This is a book that details the rescue stories of 9 of our animals, along with the author’s own story. It also includes some case studies, which may interest readers.
It is a great book for anybody who loves animals and for those wanting to get into the profession of Animal Assisted Therapy.
Did the egg come first? Or did the chicken come first? Did the chicken egg come before the chicken? Do any of them actually exist? Is the material world real or does it only exist in our minds?
All of these questions and more, answered, as we explore the age old question of : Which came first? The chicken or the egg?”
Aristotle said that it was a never ending cycle that could not be defined. Was he right?
Never has this question been examined in such depth, in one place. We go right back to the origins of the universe, to discover a definitive answer. And we look at it from every possible perspective. Now you will have all of the information you need to answer the question and to support the answer you give, in your pocket.
Feedback for “The Existential Chicken” :
“…an alternative, entertaining, comprehensive and immersive read.”
“…fascinates even the less experienced reader.”
“An anecdotal, personable writing style, making the work a compelling and thought provoking read…will intrigue and fascinate the reader.”
COMING SOON – “Tales of Critterish Cottage”
Dale is currently in the process of writing and publishing a series of Children’s Books (aimed at 3-5 year olds), based around the therapy animals of Critterish Allsorts and their antics in helping others. Each book carries a valuable message for readers.
They will be beautifully illustrated by an experienced illustrator and good friend of Dale’s, Corrina Holyoake, who has illustrated lots of Children’s Books and published through Corrina’s publishing arm – Holyoake Publications.
Keep coming back for updates on publication or follow the “Tales of Critterish Cottage” page on Facebook for more info and regular updates.