If you’re an animal lover and you’re wondering what’s behind some of the most beloved animal characters in literature, you’re not alone.
But if you ask some of these authors, you might find yourself asking questions that will leave you with an even greater sense of what they are thinking about the relationship between humans and their animals.
We asked some of them, and the results are pretty fascinating.
Here are 10 books that you might not know about.1.
“Catching the Wind” by Ursula K. Le Guin and J.K. Rowling.
The title comes from the story of the famous bird that became a heroine in this book.
This classic story has been adapted to the stage, and Rowling and Le Guine have created a new version in which the protagonist is a bird named Etta.
She is one of the last remaining members of her family, and she has just left her home on a farm in Pennsylvania for good.
Her name means “foolish bird,” and it is one that Rowling has used many times.
The book is also a story about an orphaned girl, who meets a strange creature that becomes her best friend, and who learns to love her as her best self.2.
“The Road Less Traveled” by H.G. Wells.
Wells’ novel of the same name is about a group of travelers who make their way through the world.
It was adapted for the stage by the famed playwright and essayist, and Wells’ story of a group who live in a small town and meet other travelers has been performed in over fifty productions.
In the book, they encounter the strange creatures known as the Manticores, and they learn to be brave and resourceful when facing them.3.
“A Wrinkle in Time” by John Steinbeck.
Steinbeck’s story of four friends living together in the town of Pecos, Texas is a classic in its own right.
The story is about four young people who meet in a tavern in town, and one of them falls in love with a girl.
The other four are friends, and as they go on their travels, they discover their shared love for one another.4.
“Piano Concerto No. 2” by Vladimir Nabokov.
A book that has been published a million times, and which has been translated into thirty languages, is one the most popular stories in English literature.
The first part of the story, “The House on the Rock,” tells the story about the family of two brothers who come from a different world.
They come to live with their grandparents in a house in a different part of town, which is the first of many stories that take place in the same house.5.
“My Big Fat Greek Wedding” by William Golding.
Golding’s epic story of two young lovers living together, “My Fat Greek,” is set in the United States.
The plot is about two young people living in a large city, and a young woman is a waitress at a popular restaurant.
In this story, they all get married.6.
“Garden of Eden” by Aldous Huxley.
The famous novel of this story was adapted to stage and is often considered the best science fiction novel of all time.
It is about three friends who are sent on a journey to the faraway world of Eden, where they meet a strange species called the Feral Men.
They go on a voyage together to the land of the living and learn about the world they came from.7.
“Journey to the Center of the Earth” by Carl Sagan.
The “Cosmos” series of television shows, which was popular in the 1960s, is a popular science fiction series that is about an intergalactic voyage to the center of the earth.
This series is about human beings exploring the outer reaches of the universe and uncovering the secrets of the cosmos.8.
“Lincoln” by J.D. Salinger.
A story that has inspired so many others, Salinger’s novel is a tale about two lovers who are living together and they have to find a way to keep their relationship alive.9.
“All Quiet on the Western Front” by Mark Twain.
This book is about the battles in France during World War I, and it tells the tale of a young man named Charles “Charles” Booth.
He is one year old when the battle begins and goes on a series of adventures in order to help his father, who is suffering from dementia.10.
“Olympic Dreams” by Ernest Hemingway.
A classic book of poetry, “Olympea” is about Olympes dream, and he is one who has lived many lives, and has come to a place of peace, where he has no enemies.
His dream about sailing on a boat, to a land where he can make love to any woman who comes to his room, is the main plot