Animal Fiction

Fiction involving animals. Such works may take the viewpoint of animals, in which case they may be classified as xenofiction. Some books portray animals as having human traits (anthropomorphic fiction). Animals are very common characters in children's literature. ...more

A Wolf Called Wander
Darkness of Dragons (Wings of Fire, #10)
The Hive Queen (Wings of Fire, #12)
Scary Stories for Young Foxes
BEASTARS 11 (Beastars, #11)
The Cat and The City
Skunk and Badger (Skunk and Badger, #1)
BEASTARS 12 (Beastars, #12)
The Last Archer (Green Ember Archer #1)
BEASTARS 10 (Beastars, #10)
BEASTARS 5 (Beastars, #5)
River of Fire (Warriors: A Vision of Shadows, #5)
Shattered Sky (Warriors: A Vision of Shadows, #3)
The Raging Storm (Warriors: A Vision of Shadows, #6)
Thunder and Shadow (Warriors: A Vision of Shadows, #2)
Watership Down (Watership Down, #1)
The Tale of Despereaux
Charlotte's Web
Into the Wild (Warriors, #1)
The One and Only Ivan
Black Beauty
White Fang
A Dangerous Path (Warriors, #5)
The Darkest Hour (Warriors, #6)
Fire and Ice (Warriors, #2)
The Call of the Wild
Animal Farm
Forest of Secrets (Warriors, #3)
Rising Storm (Warriors, #4)
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH (Rats of NIMH, #1)
The Spotted Hyena by Hans KruukKings of the Jungle by Daniel S. FletcherThe Bolds by Julian ClaryInnocent Killers by Hugo Van Lawick-GoodallHyena Nights  Kalahari Days by Gus Mills
Misunderstood: Hyenas
10 books — 4 voters
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH by Robert C. O'BrienCharlotte's Web by E.B. WhiteFantastic Mr. Fox by Roald DahlThe Call of the Wild by Jack LondonLassie Come-Home by Eric Knight
Animal Xenofiction for Children
148 books — 26 voters

Watership Down by Richard  AdamsCharlotte's Web by E.B. WhiteInto the Wild by Erin HunterThe Incredible Journey by Sheila BurnfordThe Call of the Wild by Jack London
Animal Xenofiction (Nonhuman POV)
421 books — 121 voters
Beak of the Moon by Philip TempleAlex & Me by Irene M. PepperbergOf Parrots and People by Mira TwetiThe Parrot Who Owns Me by Joanna BurgerThe Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill by Mark Bittner
Books for Parrot Lovers
71 books — 13 voters

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Exactly. Don't you see, they'd altered what rabbits do naturally because they taught they could do better? And if they altered their ways, so can we if we like. You say buck rabbits don't dig. Nor they do. But they could, if they wanted to. Suppose we had deep, comfortable burrows to sleep in? To be out of bad weather and underground at night? Then we would be safe. And there is nothing to stop us having them, except that buck rabbits won't dig. Not can't -- won't.' - Blackberry ...more
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Christopher  Gerard
A lot of the names in Talon reference other people or events. For example Amelia, the giant Eagle, was a “tip of my hat” to the extraordinary aviator Amelia Earhart. Both love(d) to fly!
Christopher Gerard, Talon: A Jack Rawson Saga

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