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Ersey With the help of an enduring wife a selfless staff and a reluctant bank manager the zoo grows and readers are treated to a colorful parade of the zoo’s unusual animal inhabitan. This was a fun book to read about a man starting his own zoo The writing style is humorous and the illustrations help you to understand how the various animals behave

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Menagerie Manor is sure to delight fans of Durrell’s beloved classic My Family and Other Animals and other accounts of his lifelong fascination with members of the animal kingdom Wit. I’ve always known about the existence of Gerald Durrell and had the impression that there was much to recommend him but never got around to reading one of his books A lifelong animal freak this book is about the zoo he set up on the grounds of an old manor house Jersey Zoological Park in the Channel Islands with the help of his wife his mum his staff and many very tolerant neighboursWhile by no means a work that puts any strain on the old brain cells the book is nonetheless very enjoyable and contains lots of cute animal stories – I liked the one about the fat skunk and another one about a young lion who decided he needed to learn how to roar but had to practice uietly in the back of his cage for a long time before showing it off I did feel sorry for all the mice that inevitably were fed to various reptiles and occasionally wondered how good the living conditions for the animals really were the book was written in the 1960s but it is still a very “feel good” book When I finished I even wondered whether I should reconsider my intense dislike for the entire monkey family so charming did the author make them soundI’m not going to rush out and read another one of Durrell’s books as I suspect you could overdose very easily but it’s nice to know there’s a group of books out there that will be enjoyable reading at some stage His Punishment up on the grounds of an old manor house Jersey Zoological Park in the Channel Islands with the help of his wife his mum his staff and many very tolerant neighboursWhile by no means a work that puts any strain on the old brain cells the book is nonetheless very enjoyable and contains lots of cute animal stories – I liked the one about the fat skunk and another one about a young lion who decided he needed to learn how to roar but had to practice Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula uietly in the back of his cage for a long time before showing it off I did feel sorry for all the mice that inevitably were fed to various reptiles and occasionally wondered how good the living conditions for the animals really were the book was written in the 1960s but it is still a very “feel good” book When I finished I even wondered whether I should reconsider my intense dislike for the entire monkey family so charming did the author make them soundI’m not going to rush out and read another one of Durrell’s books as I suspect you could overdose very easily but it’s nice to know there’s a group of books out there that will be enjoyable reading at some stage

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H his unfailing charm Durrell tells the story of how he finally fulfilled his childhood dream of founding his own private zoo the Manor of Les Augres on the English Channel island of J. It has been years since I've read anything by Durrell and this book has brought back the enjoyment I had when I was a teenager and reading such gems as Birds Beasts and Relatives which sadly I have lost from my shelves In Menagerie Manor Durrell recounts the efforts good times and bad times experienced while setting up his Zoo in Jersey The tale of the escaped tapir amused me considerably as it is an event that I could picture my family being involved in The plight of the two baby orangutans he discovered in Holland makes you sad and through his writing you can share the joy of their rehabilitationGerald Durrell was a special human being and his writing will fire you with the zeal of animal conservation a project we should all be involved in 2 unfailing charm Durrell tells the story of how he finally fulfilled his childhood dream of founding his own private zoo the Manor of Les Augres on the English Channel island of J. It has been years since I've read anything by Durrell and this book has brought back the enjoyment I had when I was a teenager and reading such gems as Birds Beasts and Relatives which sadly I have lost from my shelves In Menagerie Manor Durrell recounts the efforts good times and bad times experienced while setting Managerial Decision Making up his Zoo in Jersey The tale of the escaped tapir amused me considerably as it is an event that I could picture my family being involved in The plight of the two baby orangutans he discovered in Holland makes you sad and through his writing you can share the joy of their rehabilitationGerald Durrell was a special human being and his writing will fire you with the zeal of animal conservation a project we should all be involved in

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