The Animals In Our Lives

Stories of Companionship and Awe

by Catherine Lawton (with Cladach Authors and Friends)

The wonderfully varied stories recount experiences with dogs and cats, sheep and horses, backyard birds and woodland deer, and other surprising creatures. The encounters and adventures of people and animals include childhood memories, individual and family experiences, and wilderness adventures. They all celebrate the companionship we have with animals both domestic and wild, in good times and bad, in times of celebration and times of challenge.

As fellow creatures, we give animals attention and care, and they give us so much in return. If we listen and observe, they teach us about God and about ourselves. This inspirational volume will evoke laughter, tears, and the experience of awe.

Animals entertain us, help us, teach us, play with us, mourn with us, even work with us. They help us experience God’s presence in our lives.

Publication date: August 20, 2021

ISBN: 9781945099274, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 15 Black/White Photos

$17.99 Pre-order Now!:


This compilation of true-experience stories, poems, and reflections are written by Catherine Lawton and the following Cladach authors and friends:

Marilyn Bay

Millie Bay

Susan Bulanda

John Buzzard

Beverly Coons

G.H. Cummings

Dennis Ellingson

Kit Ellingson

Alice Scott-Ferguson

Jeanie Flierl

Gayle M. Irwin

Susan Elaine Jenkins

Larry Lawton

Janyne McConnaughey

Donna Marie Merritt

Sarah Suzanne Noble

Carol O’Casey

Judith Galblum Pex

Susan Roberts

Mary Harwell Sayler

Nancy Swihart


What pre-publication readers are saying:

“The whole idea of short stories about animals and how they show God’s presence in our lives is so sweet. I myself have had some spiritual experiences in nature that I look back on and cherish.” –Isabelle

“This book is wonderful.” –Janyne

“A powerful compilation!” –Alice

“Interesting book and concept. Good writers.” –Judy

“A great book idea.” –John

“People will love this book, I’m sure!” –Gayle

 

 

 

 

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