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Ces animaux qui nous apprennent à vivre
Author: Claire Aubé, Cécile Sylvestre
Publisher: Éditions Leduc.s
Year: 2017-11-17
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Chaque histoire, aussi variée et différente soit-elle, nous montre comment, en créant un lien particulier avec un animal, l'homme est capable de retrouver ses valeurs profondes, de guérir ses souffrances et d'aider les autres, hommes ou animaux. « Les animaux sont fidèles, ils ne trahissent jamais. Ils aident à traverser des périodes sombres de l'existence. » Noémie Lenoir
Iris Grace
Author: Arabella Carter-Johnson
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1510719806
Pages: 368
Year: 2017-04-25
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Iris Grace is a beautiful little girl who, from a very young age, barely communicated, avoided social interaction with other people, and rarely smiled. From both before her diagnosis of autism and after, she seemed trapped in her own world, unable to connect with those around her. One day, her mother brought home a Maine Coon kitten for Iris, even though cats aren’t typically thought of as therapy pets. Thula, named after one of Iris’s favorite African lullabies and meaning “peace” in Zulu, immediately bonded with Iris. Thula knew right away how to assuage Iris when she became overstimulated; when to intervene when Iris became overwhelmed; and how to provide distraction when Iris started heading toward a meltdown. Whether exploring, playing, sleeping, or taking a bath with Iris or accompanying the family on a bike ride, Thula became so much more than a therapy cat. With Thula’s safe companionship, Iris began to talk and interact with her family. This heartwarming story is illustrated with sixty of Iris’s gorgeous impressionistic paintings, works of art that have allowed her to express herself since the age of three. A gifted artist, Iris sees the natural world in a profoundly vivid and visceral way. With Thula by her side, she’ll sit and paint for hours, and the results are stunning. Inspiring and touching, Iris Grace follows the struggles and triumphs of a family—and a miracle cat—as they learn to connect with an amazing child.
Dog Medicine
Author: Julie Barton
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0143130013
Pages: 256
Year: 2016
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"A poignant first memoir of how the author's relationship with her dog saved her from suicidal depression describes her unsuccessful work with therapists and loved ones before she adopted a Golden Retriever puppy who became a loyal companion throughout her difficult recovery, "--NoveList.
Author: Clifford D. Simak
Publisher: Gollancz
ISBN: 0575105240
Pages: 256
Year: 2016-03-03
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On a far future Earth, mankind's achievements are immense: artificially intelligent robots, genetically uplifted animals, interplanetary travel, genetic modification of the human form itself. But nothing comes without a cost. Humanity is tired, its vigour all but gone. Society is breaking down into smaller communities, dispersing into the countryside and abandoning the great cities of the world. As the human race dwindles and declines, which of its great creations will inherit the Earth? And which will claim the stars?
Le Magasin pittoresque
Year: 1846
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The Revolution of Everyday Life
Author: Raoul Vaneigem, Donald Nicholson-Smith
Publisher: PM Press
ISBN: 1604866780
Pages: 266
Year: 2012
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Naming and defining the alienating features of everyday life in consumer society, an impassioned critique of modern capitalism argues that the countervailing impulses that exist within deep alienation present an authentic alternative to nihilistic consumerism. Original.
A Discourse on Inequality
Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 150403547X
Pages: 80
Year: 2016-04-26
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A fascinating examination of the relationship between civilization and inequality from one of history’s greatest minds The first man to erect a fence around a piece of land and declare it his own founded civil society—and doomed mankind to millennia of war and famine. The dawn of modern civilization, argues Jean-Jacques Rousseau in this essential treatise on human nature, was also the beginning of inequality. One of the great thinkers of the Enlightenment, Rousseau based his work in compassion for his fellow man. The great crime of despotism, he believed, was the raising of the cruel above the weak. In this landmark text, he spells out the antidote for man’s ills: a compassionate revolution to pull up the fences and restore the balance of mankind. This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.
Watership Down
Author: Richard Adams
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
ISBN: 1780747314
Pages: 496
Year: 2014-06-11
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A phenomenal worldwide bestseller for over forty years, Richard Adams’ spellbinding classic Watership Down is one of the best-loved novels of all time. Set in the beautiful English countryside of the Berkshire Downs, a once idyllic rural landscape, this stirring tale of adventure, courage, and survival follows a band of very special rabbits fleeing the destruction of their home by a developer. Led by a stout-hearted pair of brothers, they leave the safety of Sandleford Warren in search of a safe haven and a mysterious promised land, skirting danger at every turn. A book that resonates as vividly today as it did nearly half a century ago, this keepsake Oneworld Classic edition showcases more than twenty sumptuous, evocative paintings from Aldo Galli, an illustrator chosen by Richard Adams himself.
Mademoiselle de Maupin
Author: Théophile Gautier
Pages: 362
Year: 1887
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The Scortas' Sun
Author: Laurent Gaudé
Publisher: Hesperus Press
Pages: 220
Year: 2006
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Boasting a notorious thief as one of their ancestors, the Scorta family are met by indifference and general opprobrium in the small town in southern Italy where they live. Yet despite these testing circumstances, the family finds pride in its roots and discovers happiness despite the abject poverty in which they are forced to live.
Revue bleue
Year: 1887
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Revue politique et littéraire
Year: 1887
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Revue bleue politique et littéraire
Year: 1887
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La Revue politique et littéraire, revue bleue
Grand dictionnaire universel du XIXe siècle
Author: Pierre Athanase Larousse
Pages: 15
Year: 1869
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