Animals Gone Wild is a hilarious adult coloring book illustrated by a group of deviant animals and published by a hedonistic honey badger. Featuring 31 coloring pages full of carousing carnal creatures in flagrante delicto. Printed single-sided on bright white paper Premium matte-finish cover design Stress relieving seamless patterns on reverse pages Perfect for all coloring mediums Black background reverse pages to reduce bleed-through High quality 60lb 90gsm paper stock Large format 8. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Wild Adults in Play
Wolf pups & adults | Wild dogs, Wolf pup, Animals beautiful
Had me hooked all the way to the end! Animal lovers delight! I was propelled through the book by the risk and wonder of interacting with wild creatures. Sixteen-year-old Jessica Rainville's dream of working with exotic animals is about to come true. She's signed up to spend a summer learning to train and care for tigers, lions, leopards, bears, and elephants at an exotic animal ranch. She will pet tigers, train grizzly bears, ride bareback on elephants, and, despite her best efforts, she will fall in love.
Awakening Wild: Nature Immersion for Adults
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But I do know, with more certainty than I usually feel about anything, what it is not: it is not exclusively for children. When I write, I write for two people, myself, age 12, and myself, now, and the book has to satisfy two distinct but connected appetites. My year-old self wanted autonomy, peril, justice, food and above all a kind of density of atmosphere into which I could step and be engulfed. My adult self wants all those things, and also: acknowledgments of fear, love, failure. So what I try for when I write — failing often, but trying — is to put down in as few words as I can the things that I most urgently and desperately want children to know and adults to remember.