Following in the footsteps and hoofprints of Beautiful Sheep and Beautiful Pigs, this awe-inspiring collection features commissioned photographic portraits of the best in bovine beauties. Placing the cows on the catwalk, an award-winning photographer captures them in all their glory. Each beautiful beast is shown posed against a drapery backdrop, and captured at her most manicured moment prior to competition. The top breeds from around the world are grasped by the horns and revealed to a doting public, and there are graphic charts with all the essential breed information. There’s also a potted history of cattle, an introduction to the breed basics, plus reportage photography of the behind-the-scenes primping and preening at the agricultural shows. Beautiful Cows is the perfect book for anyone from farmers and committed cow connoisseurs looking to beef up their book collection to lovers of fine photography and natural beauty. An inspired gift, this is also the ideal conversation piece for any gathering-just leave it on the coffee table and prepare to milk the applause.
Let your rabbit explore his or her enviroment safely and in syle with the peter’s rabbit walking jacket. Velcro and quick snap buckles allow for easy on and off, and the elasticized leash gives you a little extra give.
- Size: 1″ X 6″ X 7.5″
Rabbits. We’ll never quite know why, but sometimes they decide they’ve just had enough of this world- and that’s when they start getting inventive. The Book of Bunny Suicides follows over one hundred bunnies as they find ever more outlandish ways to do themselves in. From an encounter with the business end of Darth Vader’s lightsaber, to supergluing themselves to a diving submarine, to hanging around underneath a loose stalactite, these bunnies are serious about suicide.
Illustrated in a stark and simple style, The Book of Bunny Suicides is a collection of hilarious and outrageous cartoons that will appeal to anyone in touch with their evil side.
This book challenges those who argue that we can change the world by changing the way people think. Harris shows that no matter how bizarre a people’s behavior may seem, it always stems from concrete social and economic conditions.