Alpaca Relaxation Guide by Nina Faust

 

 

Stress is a big worry these days but not if you are an Alpaca!

 

A delightful book, the Alpaca Relaxation Guide is a playful look into how Alpaca’s relax and how, by studying them you can gain inner peace.

 

This is a light-hearted guide and a wonderful introduction into the characters of these beautiful animals. As we are treated, by Nina, to glimpse into what it takes to care for these beautiful animals on her wildlife preserve in Homer, Alaska, we learn snippets of information about them.  Whether you are an Alpaca fan or just plain curious about these beautiful animals, I’m sure you will be totally captivated by the end of this book.

 

Full of bright colorful photographs of the author’s own animals it is a joy to read and a lovely insight into the joy and harmony, which can be experienced by both alpacas and their owners.

 

Nina Faust is a retired high school math/English teacher, amateur videographer, and author.

 

The Alpaca Relaxation Guide can be purchased from: http://homerbookstore.com/orders.html

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