Curious Lives: Adventures from the Ferret Chronicles(The Ferret Chronicles, #1 - #5)

  • Title: Curious Lives: Adventures from the Ferret Chronicles(The Ferret Chronicles, #1 - #5)
  • Author: Richard Bach
  • ISBN: 9781571744579
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • Curious Lives Adventures from the Ferret Chronicles The Ferret Chronicles A collection of five novels featuring ferret protagonists these are tales about courage sacrifice heroism creativity and finding what matters most in life
    A collection of five novels featuring ferret protagonists, these are tales about courage, sacrifice, heroism, creativity, and finding what matters most in life.

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      Published :2019-09-09T19:20:20+00:00

    About Richard Bach


    1. Since Jonathan Livingston Seagull which dominated the 1 spot on the New York Times Bestseller List for two consecutive years Richard Bach has touched millions of people through his humor, wisdom and insight.With over 60 million copies of his books sold, Richard Bach remains one of the world s most beloved authors A former USAF fighter pilot, Air Force captain and latter day barnstorming pilot, Bach continues to be an avid aviator author, exploring and chronicling the joys and freedom of flying, reporting his findings to readers.His most recent works include Travels with Puff, which recounts Bach s journey from Florida to Washington state in his small seaplane, Puff, and Illusions II The Adventures of a Reluctant Student, which incorporates Bach s real life plane crash.In October 2014, the never before published Part Four to Jonathan Livingston Seagull was published.Readers can find about Richard and his work at richardbach


    672 Comments


    1. This is one of my favorites. This is not just for kids, this is a travel through philosophy and ferrets that you will relish every page of, as it deals with issues of trust, love, faith, friendship and finding your muse. It may be unconventional that there is no evil antagonist or convoluted plot, but with its sincere simplicity and downright deep and fuzzy characters, its a /wonderful/ book to snuggle down with on a rainy day.

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    2. I loved the stories of these amazing Ferrets. For children and adults, they have a simple way of touching your soul and reminding you of the good in life.

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    3. This has been on my currently reading list for months now. I love Richard Bach, but I'm having a hard time getting into this one. It's more like the Bach of Jonathan Livingston Seagull than the Bach of One. I keep picking it up, though, because of the heartwarming letter from the publisher on the back cover, which is the reason I bought the book in the first place; it served its purpose!

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    4. One if my favorite books! Good stories without the contrast of "bad guys". An amazing author tells life stories in a new format. Spiritual teachings made fun and easy!

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    5. I don't normally go for cutesy animal stories. Fortunately the multiple layers of this book shone through and the philosophies were worth comtemplating.

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    6. Pretty good. I don't know about the anthropomorphic ferrets but there are some good positive lessons.

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    7. Well written, cute. it's about a ferret civilization who holds courtesy and respect above all else. It's a good collection of stories, just not my cup of tea.

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    8. I definitely enjoyed this read must admit kept thinking how good it would be for my 11yr old son - full of positive lessons for life.Some of my favourite quotes which are good for ANY age.1. We can make any future come true because the future isn't finished the past is.2. Help me test my answer. Why would this be?3. End violence and replace with Courtesy.4. We don't need disaster to find kindness.5. If some choice has brought us horror must we ever repeat it?6. Dedicated we're in tune with our l [...]

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    9. Curious Lives is a collection of imaginative short stories covering themes like following ones dreams, waiting for love and co-existing harmoniously with other animals. While Bach intended it for children, its a soothing place to escape to, even for adults. The society of ferrets is everything that human society should be- honest,compassionate and respectful towards individual ambitions.I especially liked the short story where the young girl/ferret goes on to become a successful detective. Do tr [...]

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    10. I've had this book for years and I can't believe I'm only reading it now! This one is going into my "favourite books of all time" list - maybe even before Jonathan Seagull This is going to be one of those books that I read at least once a year.

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    11. I enjoyed the book, but I had forgotten just how New Agey Bach can get.

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    12. Makes you wonder about wonder

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    13. I'm somewhere in the middle - I got distracted. But as with many Richard Bach books, I felt like it was written for me. Perhaps that's why I got distracted.

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    14. This is the best book I've ever read! Anything Richard Bach writes is wonderful, at least what I've read. He's a great author.

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