Hello and welcome to Pet Info Club!
Discover interesting stories here about pets that you won't find elsewhere, and obtain reliable advice about pet care subjects too. As an example, there have always been canine superstars – RinTinTin, Lassie and now Manfred of Sweden! Find out more about his amazing career
Cockatiels added to ebook series
The latest addition to my new series of bird care ebooks has just been published, in various formats. Here's a link to the listing on Amazon.com. The title on pigeons and doves is also available through Amazon sites, including Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk and a full list of David Alderton's ebooks can be found here.
Dan the Dog
In addition, younger readers may enjoy the adventures of Dan the Dog, an expanding range of short stories also exclusively available in e-format
, starting with Dan & The Giant Egg
Each of these exciting, illustrated adventures will help children to discover more about animals and the ways in which they live.
I've also just completed the world's first, genuine interactive cat ebook! It's called The Interactive A-Z Guide to Famous Cats
and it's here
if you're based in the UK. Check out the sample on the US link - you can move from one section to another through the book, and sort the entries too, if you're interested in running through all the famous, real-life cats rather than cartoons cats for example. There's also the companion ebook called Cats & Us: The World of Famous Cats
. As with the other titles listed above, these cat books are also available through Kobo, iBookstore and NOOK.
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Don't miss these latest subjects:-
Cordon bleus, also called blue waxbills
The monkey-faced dog
Living with a giant
Wild patterning in cats
which looks at the trend in breeding cats which have markings like their wild relatives.
The age of a hamster
Java sparrow (rice bird)
Photos from flickr