Some consider pigeons to
be no better than flying rats; others
consider them to be man's best friend;
most of us pay little attention to them, other than perhaps to cast
an angry thought their way when
something soft and smeary lands on our
windscreen; but spend some time in the
company of Andrew Blechman's Pigeons and you'll never look at the
humble rock dove in the same light
Starting on a high note, Blechman tells of pigeons through the ages, such as the pigeons behind the Reuters communication empire: A German man by the name of Israel Beer Josaphat realized that there was a ...
Blood at the Root
"A gripping, timely, and important examination of American racism."
- PW Starred Review
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