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'Montgomeryâ€s lyrical storytelling and resonant lessons on how animals can enhance our

humanity result in a tender, intelligent literary memoir.'—Publishers Weekly 'The National

Geographic channel meets memoir in this brief, compelling examination of what animals can

teach us about ourselves.'—Kirkus 'Mongtomeryâ€s gorgeously illustrated memoir is a mustread

for animal lovers of every age.'—HelloGiggles 'Filled with fascinating stories of encounters

and relationships with animals in various locations, this moving memoir will leave readers thinking

about life on Earth, the creatures we share the planet with, and that 'brilliance' we have yet to fully

understand.'—School Library Journal “How to Be a Good Creature should be required

reading. A superbly crafted memoir, this book brims with wonder, empathy, and emotion. It stands

as a vivid reminder of the deep and necessary connection we share with all living things.―—Nick

Jans, author of A Wolf Called Romeo “How to Be a Good Creature is one of the most moving

books I have ever read. Sy Montgomeryâ€s open honesty about her life allows her to find

guidance from the unlikeliest creatures, and in their own ways these animals speak with the same

spiritual purity as she speaks to us in this breathtaking work.―—Bob Tarte, author of Enslaved

by Ducks “I donâ€t know anyone whose animal empathies and scientific bona fides I admire

more than Montgomeryâ€s—from the curiosity she holds for a tarantula to the tender longing

she has for an octopus. Told with characteristic humility and gorgeous language, How to Be a

Good Creature is a remarkable achievement.―—Eliot Schrefer, author of Endangered, a

National Book Award finalist “A truly beautiful book about life, family, loss, and

love.―—Temple Grandin, author of Animals Make Us Human: Creating the Best Life for Animals

“How to Be a Good Creature is a rare jewel, full of empathy and the profound wisdom Sy has

received from animals she has loved over her extraordinary lifetime. This sweet book is a

triumphant masterpiece that Iâ€m recommending to everyone.―—Stacey Oâ€Brien, author

of Wesley the Owl “This is a beautiful book—essential reading for anyone who loves animals

and knows how much they can teach us about being human.―—Gwen Cooper, author of

Homerâ€s Odyssey: A Fearless Feline Tale, or How I Learned About Love and Life with a

Blind Wonder In addition to researching films, articles, and over twenty books, National Book

Award finalist Sy Montgomery has been honored with a Sibert Medal, two Science Book and Film

Prizes from the National Association for the Advancement of Science, three honorary degrees,

and many other awards. She lives in Hancock, New Hampshire, with her husband, Howard

Mansfield, and their border collie, Thurber. Website: symontgomery.com Twitter:

@SyTheAuthor.   Rebecca Green is an illustrator of many children's and middle grade


books, including The Unicorn in The Barn, Iqbal and His Ingenious Idea, Madame Saqui, and F

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