March 23, 2009
Professor Temple Grandin will discuss her work and sign her latest book, 'Animals Make Us Human,' on Monday, March 23 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Lory Student Center's Cherokee Park Ballroom.
Copies of Animals Make Us Human will be available for sale. Professor Grandin has graciously agreed to sign books.
This is event is free and open to the public.
How do you give your animal the best life? The best-selling author of Animals in Translation shows us surprising new ways to make our pets and other animals happy. Here is a wonderful opportunity to meet a bestselling author!
"Provocative...we’re lucky to have Temple Grandin." (New York Times)
"Part owner's manual and part business proposal, Animals Make Us Human argues that we can treat animals better if we consider the emotions that motivate them...For pet owners, her perspective is invaluable... Grade: A-." (Entertainment Weekly)
A well-written, down-to-earth look into the lives of lots of animals, including animals that make up part of our food chain. Grade: A." (Rocky Mountain News)
"Packed with fascinating insights, unexpected observations and a wealth of how-to tips, Grandin's peppy work ably challenges assumptions about what makes animals happy." (Publishers Weekly)
"The text provides thought-provoking scenarios and references several animal studies...readers will be able to glean new perspectives about animal welfare." (Library Journal)
Sponsored by the CSU Bookstore.
Podcast of a recent Tattered Cover Bookstore appearance by Grandin.
Contact: Fran Wilson
Phone: (970) 491-1500