Tabatha's Reviews > Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior

Animals in Translation by Temple Grandin
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Jun 23, 2009

it was amazing

Good, but Animal make us Human is fantastic. Every person who has an opinion for or against factory farming, pet ownership, animal training, animal captivity should read both these books.
Dr. Grandin without emotion, demystifies animal behaviors, what is required to be good stewards of
all livestock. She tackles the importance of meat production, the horse slaughter issue (why it should be
legal in Animals Make us Human), mistakes we've made as producers. She addresses the mistakes
that we make as pet owners, trying to give our pets "better" lives and addresses what we do right and well.
These are non-fiction and read much easier as audio books. They present like lectures.

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