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Son of a Silverback by Russell Kane

Title Son of a Silverback
Author Russell Kane
Publisher Random House
Release 2019-10-31
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 288
ISBN 1473554160
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Brilliantly written. Very funny and heartbreaking.' Davina McCall From one of Britain’s most popular and prolific comedians comes a hilarious and deeply moving memoir of life lived under the rule of a Silverback dad. The Silverback is considered the undisputed king, a creature whose authority is never challenged and who does not yield to compromise. He walks proudly, feeds greedily, grafts tirelessly, mates voraciously, swears constantly and is threatened all too easily. The Silverback is known to nestle in the misty peaks of central Africa but can also be found in Barking, Essex. Meet Dave Kane, the disappointed, steroid-ingesting, metal-wielding, bouncer father of slight, effete Gamma Male, Russell Kane. SON OF A SILVERBACK is a story about fathers and sons, class and education and how one scrawny, sensitive, fake-tan-applying 'ponce' stepped out of his father's shadow and became a man - whatever that means.

HuGo by Bill McKeeman

Title HuGo
Author Bill McKeeman
Publisher Createspace Independent Pub
Release 2012-08-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 376
ISBN 9781477524909
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The premise of HuGo takes us one more step along the way to dealing with other. Hugo, the central character, is half gorilla. How would we treat Hugo? How should we treat Hugo? How would Hugo deal with us? I call myself Goma. I am in Rwanda before its troubles. I have enough of my own. Goma must raise her son Hugo in a world unprepared for who and what he is and can be. Read on to share their adventures.

Silverback and Son by Michael Maloney

Title Silverback and Son
Author Michael Maloney
Publisher
Release 2020-07-03
Category
Total Pages 33
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bubbz the gorilla gets asked a simple question by his father in this sweet and heartwarming book. Read the whole story to find out if he decides to be an astronaut, a race car driver, a firefighter, or something else! Parents and children alike will love this charming, colorful, and imaginative story. A perfect gift for new Fathers!

Foremost in Creation by Marianne Sommer

Title Foremost in Creation
Author Marianne Sommer
Publisher Peter Lang
Release 2000
Category Social Science
Total Pages 359
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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By means of a discourse analysis in the tradition of Critical Linguistics this study traces and discusses anthropomorphism and anthropocentrism in the language used to describe our closest relatives, the monkeys and apes. As so-called 'boundary animals', the non-human primates have an impact on the way we regard humanity; they serve as model organisms for scenarios of human evolution. They thus inhabit a political space, where the definition of social structures, cognitive capacities, and human hallmarks such as culture and language is controversial. The National Geographic articles, which constitute the primary source of the analysis, allow not only a look at the picture of primates that is presented to the public but also an investigation of the changes this picture has undergone in the course of time. Are there different kinds of anthropomorphism and if so what are they aiming at? In becoming more human-like in our eyes, the apes have also become worthier of protection. However, there may be disagreement both on the nature of the ape and on the acceptability of parallels drawn with humans.

Animal Friendships by Anne Innis Dagg

Title Animal Friendships
Author Anne Innis Dagg
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release 2011-09-01
Category Medical
Total Pages
ISBN 1139501321
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Research into social behaviour in animals has often focused on aggression, yet members of social species are far more likely to interact with each other in a positive way. Animal Friendships explores non-sexual bonding behaviours in a range of mammalian and avian species. Through analysis of factors which trigger and deepen friendships, Dagg uncovers a world of intricate and complex social interactions. These factors include sources of food, formation of coalitions, playdates for infants, mutual grooming and the apparent pleasure of simple companionship. Chapters cover different types of friendship: from those between two individuals, such as male-female or parent-offspring friendships, to those within family groups and even inter-species friendships. Not only does the book explore how and why friendships form, it also showcases the ingenious field techniques used by researchers enabling the reader to understand the scientific methodology. An invaluable read for both researchers and students studying animal social bonding.

Bible Commentary Genesis to Ruth by Edward Michael Zerr

Title Bible Commentary Genesis to Ruth
Author Edward Michael Zerr
Publisher
Release 1947
Category Bible
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Search of Ourselves by Frank E. Poirier

Title In Search of Ourselves
Author Frank E. Poirier
Publisher
Release 1994
Category Physical anthropology.
Total Pages 672
ISBN 9780134544632
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Social System of Mountain Gorillas
Author Martha M. Robbins
Publisher
Release 1996
Category Gorilla
Total Pages 378
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Gorillas Go Bananas by Patrick Wensink

Title Gorillas Go Bananas
Author Patrick Wensink
Publisher HarperCollins
Release 2018-08-14
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9780062381200
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Little monkeys will enjoy the rhyme and maybe pick up some new food vocabulary.” —Kirkus From the author-illustrator team behind Go Go Gorillas comes this lively, rhyming read-aloud starring a baby gorilla who refuses to eat his dinner. Perfect for picky eaters everywhere! It’s suppertime in the jungle, but Baby Gorilla refuses to eat anything Mama and Papa make for him—not banana chips with green guacamole or a piping-hot plate of plantain ravioli. He says no to a dish of bananas flambé and turns up his nose at banana soufflé! Step into the kitchen and laugh at dish after zany dish in this picture book adventure that is sure to make story times—and meal times—fun!

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