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The Animal Review by Jacob Lentz
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Apr 06, 10

bookshelves: first-reads, 2010, africa, australia, china-chinese, denmark, egyptian, english, finland, france-french, germany, greece-greek, hawaiiana, india, indonesia, italy, japan, norway, ocean-seashore, other-usa, russia, switzerland, turkey, zoo, south-central-america, science, humor
Recommended for: adults who want a good laugh with a little bit of zoology thrown in for good measure
Read from March 24 to April 06, 2010, read count: 1

I received a free copy of this book as a Goodreads giveaway and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Filled with snarky humor, it's a hilarious book. I can't tell you how many times I laughed out loud while reading it. While there is some factual information presented, it's not so much of an attempt to educate, but a tongue-in-cheek commentary on animal and human behavior. It's a short book, but I only allowed myself to read a few "grades" at a time, because I didn't want to finish it too quickly. I passed my copy to a friend in dire need of a chuckle. It originated as a series of blogs, which is readily apparent in the short reviews.

new words: ungulate, gorp, ecumenicalism, retromingent, aposematism
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Reading Progress

04/05/2010 page 115
79.86% "Love it! Can't tell you how many times I've laughed out loud. Hilarious!"

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