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Book: A Squirrel (ish) Adventure (Life is an Adventure) by James Ian Whiteside

Book: A Squirrel (ish) Adventure (Life is an Adventure) by James Ian Whiteside

star rating  5 stars, 2 reviews on Amazon
categories: Book, Animal, Survival, Nature, Wildlife, Children, Baby Animals, Adventure




James Ian Whiteside

Author James Ian Whitesideabout this book: If you knew my background you’d know that I understood the brutalities of life. Perhaps then it was the courage that this little creature displayed which prompted me to save it. In my book you can share with me his present, a privileged view of how a ‘not pet baby’ becomes a wild thing.

A description of this book might suggest that only children might enjoy the story but I and other people were moved as well as amused by this character.

I thought I knew a lot about the wild who would think they could learn from a baby?

This is the true story of a free spirit.

The book is set at our place in the countryside of central France, this story is placed as the third story in a series of adventures. 'Life is an Adventure'. The story of how we came to be there is an adventure itself, touched on in the first chapter of this book it will be revealed in the first book of the series. That book is still in the process of being written. That book is MY story and it seemed fitting that the character of this book came first.


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