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This unique reference book is filled with thousands of animal proverbs and quotes, plus information and inspiration for those interested in the rich proverbial lore about animals. It's also a powerful tool for writers, businesspeople, lawyers, public speakers, and parents. Politicians, journalists, teachers, script writers and many others will consistently refer to Animal Proverbs and Quotes Kingdom to find the proverbs or quotes that will enhance their speeches and make their arguments more persuasive.
-Dr. Wolfgang Mieder
Proverbs reflect universal themes like wisdom, goodness, integrity, frailties, and faults-the knowledge of our ancestors passed down from generation to generation. There are hundreds of thousands of proverbs to choose from, and Animal Proverbs & Quotes Kingdom is the largest known database in the world! This easily searchable volume focuses on proverbs and quotes related to man's oldest and most beloved companions-animals.
What flowers are to gardens, spices to food, gems to gardeners, and star to heaven, such are the proverbs.
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About the Author
Spanish and Moroccan). He graduated from the Sorbonne in Paris in 1971. After
having successfully promoted Tourism for his country of origin in Spain, Portugal,
and Germany he served as President of the World Representatives of Tourism in
Madrid (1979 -1982) and managed a chain of 23 hotels. Then in 1984, the Walt
Disney World Company contacted him to open the Moroccan Pavilion in Orlando
Florida at EPCOT Center, which he continues to operate today.
Books "Morocco: Our Gastronomy" and "Les Provinces du Maroc" (Traditional Arts;
Dr. Consuelo Stebbins: Contributing Editor. Ph.D. in Multilingual Multicultural
Studies from Florida State University. Dr. Stebbins has published City of Intrigue,
Nest of Revolution and Tragedy in Havana, November 27, 1871 in addition to
Illustrations : Adam Prosser (Canada)
"What flowers are to gardens, spices to food, gems to gardeners, and star's to
heaven, such are the proverbs."