Animal Inventory Blog

Keeping track of animals in popular culture.

Recommended

Animals play a vibrant role in all kinds of art. Below I’ve listed media that have a unique perspective on animals. (Disclaimer: I only list media that I myself have read or watched, either in full or in part, and I only list what I truly recommend. Don’t hesitate to send me suggestions so I can read (view) them and add them to this list!)

Fiction

Non-Fiction

Graphic Novels

Poetry

Film

Books about Animals in Art

Animal Ethics, Philosophy and Theory

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9 Responses to “Recommended”

  1. Jean Kazez said

    Really great resources here! Under fiction, Ruth Ozeki’s “My Year of Meats” perhaps belongs (maybe you didn’t like it). Will have a look at the graphic novels you list and much else too.

  2. lisagbrown said

    Hi Jean,
    Thanks for your comment. I didn’t include Ruth Ozeki’s book only because I have not yet read it. Great recommendation — I’ll have to pick it up!
    Lisa

  3. Jean Kazez said

    It’s serious animal stuff…but so fun. Fun enough for the beach. Hope you like it!

  4. Yukon said

    Lisa, have you not read any Farley Mowatt? Specifically “The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be.” That book will slay you. But he has written many books which deal with animals – one about a great horned owl which lived in his house. Can you imagine? He is one of the greats whom no doubt you’ll find very informative and fun.

  5. lisagbrown said

    Thanks Yukon. I haven’t read any Farley Mowatt, but I’m definitely going to check it out. Thanks for the recommendation!
    Lisa

  6. lin sasman said

    Hope you can rent the movie “Never Cry Wolf” fabulous funny story and photography– from F. Mowat’s story.

  7. lisagbrown said

    Hi Lin,
    Thanks for the suggestion. I’ve added it to my Netflix list!
    Lisa

  8. Kirsten said

    Thanks for recommending my book! I love your site.

    Kirsten

    • lisagbrown said

      Kirsten,
      Thanks for your comment. Lives of the Monster Dogs is a wonderful book. (If there are any animal studies literature professors looking for books to add to their course list, I highly recommend Kirsten’s unique novel!) Please keep me posted on any new animal-related projects you’re working on.
      Best,
      Lisa

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