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From the Publisher"Elegant, lyrically written, and thought-provoking, ONE KINGDOM will challenge and illuminate both the bond and the distance we feel between ourselves and the Others on this Earth. Deb Noyes' respect and affection for her subject and her readers shine on every page, and her insightful observations and penetrating questions resonate like the best poetry.”—Sy Montgomery, author of the 2005 Sibert Honor winner, THE TARANTULA SCIENTIST
"This book is a discussion of the history of human-animal interaction through Noyes's own experiences...It will make a good nonfiction pleasure read for older teens." VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates)
"Teens who love animals and especially those with an interest in animal rights will find Noyes' provocative book both fascinating and compelling." Bookpage
This is a thoughtful and conceptual book about natural history...Its probing contemplative approach has a maturity that will appeal to serious young readers, who will find this a thought-provoking introduction to a rich field of cultural consideration. Elegant formatting draws on period-art overlays, boxed features, and imagistic black-and-white photographs for an artistic and sophisticated look.
Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books