加入好友
 
從2006年9月花園協會成立至今,已經直接幫助了 隻貓狗 花園首頁花園論壇登入私人訊息個人資料搜尋常見問題註冊
 
回到花園首頁
【快訊】 【流浪動物花園協會每週現場送養活動訊息】 【愛心賑糧】每月開放申請,請網友將愛心消息傳揚出去! 【愛心飼料捐贈給流浪動物花園協會】 【愛要及時】就是現在,大家都可以為「生命倒數」的難貓難犬盡點力! 【PLATFORMx蕭閎仁x流浪動物花園=設計T義賣活動 ~幫助他們完成回家的夢!】 【愛心飼料捐贈給流浪動物花園協會】
【2019花園愛心桌曆預購單】感......
送養認養區
花園協會送養區
花園送養活動區
全省狗狗送養區
基隆市台北市
新北市
桃竹苗
中部送養
南部送養
東部送養
未註明區域
全省貓貓送養區
其他動物及友站
轉貼送養區
貓狗已認養區
走失協尋
拾獲協尋
已回家了
找到幸福
Rose 流浪狗日記
狗貓資訊討論
文章專欄
花園歷史回顧
加入花園協會
 
[版面
鎖定]
   [主題
鎖定]
上一篇主題 :: 下一篇主題  
發表人 內容
AnimalPro
一般會員


註冊時間: 2007-03-17
文章: 366

發表於: 2007-12-23, 18:24    文章主題: 好書介紹~小狗拉瓦From Bagdad with Love~有 video 可以看喔! [引言]

好書介紹 ~ 小狗拉瓦From Baghdad, With Love

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLIzyAM5qrQ

http://www.books.com.tw/exep/activity/activity.php?id=0000012177&sid=0000012177&page=1

http://www.books.com.tw/exep/prod/booksfile.php?item=0010387213

小狗拉瓦From Baghdad, With Love
作者:傑.科普曼、瑪琳達.羅斯 ; 原文作者:Jay Kopelman、Melinda Roth ; 譯者:屈家信 ; 出版社:平安文化 ; 出版日期:2007年11月26日

漫天烽火下,人與狗之間最溫柔的情誼……原來愛與希望,總會在最不可思議的地方出現!
★ 熱賣突破20萬本!蟬連紐約時報、BookSense暢銷排行榜多週!
★ 榮登英國、澳洲、巴西等多國暢銷排行榜!
★ 亞馬遜網路書店、邦諾網路書店讀者5顆星最高評價!

★ 新英格蘭書商協會評選為『最美的封面』!
當一群美國海軍陸戰隊員進入『全世界最危險的城市』伊拉克費盧杰的一棟廢棄屋子搜索時,忽然聽見了一陣可疑的聲音。戰士們立即繃緊了神經,舉槍待發,準備一舉殲滅敵人。
然而,在他們眼前出現的並不是什麼埋伏的伊拉克游擊隊,而是一隻正對著槍管開心搖尾巴的可愛小狗。這隻還沒有鋼盔大的小毛球,牠純真無邪的臉蛋立刻征服了這群戰場上的鐵漢,儘管軍規明令不得飼養寵物,他們還是偷偷的收留了牠, 並且用部隊的名字為牠取名『拉瓦』。
他們克難的用煤油幫拉瓦驅除跳蚤、用嚼過的菸草幫牠除蟲,還拿省下的軍糧餵養牠。在無情的戰火下,這些大兵拯救了拉瓦一命,而拉瓦則以無條件的愛做為回報,撫慰了他們每天在鎗林彈雨中出生入死的緊繃情緒以及思鄉的寂寞。
拉瓦陪伴著陸戰隊員們一起度過了最艱難的日子,然而有一天,部隊竟突然接到撲殺流浪狗的命令,面對軍令如山,拉瓦的命運將會是……

[作者簡介] 傑.科普曼(Jay Kopelman)
  前美國海軍陸戰隊中校,同時也是位自行車選手。傑與妻子、繼子、兩隻狗『拉瓦』與『科達』,以及貓『切達』,現定居於加州拉荷亞。傑與身為人類學家的妻子均熱中浮潛,兩人於二○○七年一月迎接了第二個孩子的誕生。傑現正著手寫作第二本書。

[作者簡介] 瑪琳達.羅斯(Melinda Roth)
  身兼記者與作家,已出版《與狗說話的男人》。

[譯者簡介] 屈家信
  一九六七年生,屏東技術學院獸醫系畢業,現為臨床獸醫師。曾譯有《我的鸚鵡老大》、《背痛的自然療法》、《三日果菜汁斷食療法》、《做夢改變人生》、《男性生活白皮書》及等書。

==========================================
http://www.amazon.com/Baghdad-Love-Marine-Named-Lava/dp/1592289800

From Baghdad, With Love: A Marine, the War, and a Dog Named Lava (Hardcover)

Editorial Reviews

Amazon.com ~ In From Baghdad, With Love: A Marine, the War, and a Dog Named Lava, Jay Kopelman tells a story that is both tender and thought-provoking--candidly portraying the ugly conditions in wartime Iraq, while also describing his (and his fellow Marines') growing attachment to a scruffy stray puppy.

Here Jay Kopelman answers a few questions about his aspirations as a writer, and the effect his book has had on readers.
Questions for Jay Kopelman

Amazon.com: Before you met Lava and had this experience smuggling him out of Iraq, did you ever have ambitions to write a book?

Jay Kopelman: Yes, I'd considered writing a book previously and have started--but not finished--a novel. Not surprisingly, it's a military murder mystery. And I'm still hoping to get it published. I've also been offered a deal by my publisher to write another book. So I guess I'm now officially an author.

Amazon.com: How has the military responded to it given that you broke a number of rules during your adventure with Lava?

Jay Kopelman: I've actually not had any real feedback from the military establishment. In fact, mostly I only get the good-natured ribbing from my contemporaries about how much money I'll make or about who will play me in the movie. When the story first broke a year and a half ago, one of the generals jokingly asked me for an autograph, and I've given the previous commanding general for the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force a signed galley. So, thus far, there’s been nothing "official" to which I've had to respond. We'll see what happens now that the book is released and there's going to be a media blitz surrounding the book. What you have to remember, though, is that I really didn't use military assets to get Lava home. Nor did I ever endanger anyone in the military while doing so.

Amazon.com: In the book, you say that you would like it if it can bring hope to people who've lost loved ones in Iraq by showing them how something positive can come out of a brutal situation. Have you heard from people that your book has made them feel better?

Jay Kopelman: I've not yet heard from anyone who’s lost a loved one in Iraq or Afghanistan, but I have heard from a counselor who works with the returning Marines at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, who said she finds the story so very positive and helpful. She's planning to come to the book signing there. I also got an e-mail from a Marine who said that while her unit was in Iraq, they adopted a puppy and tried to bring it home, but he was ultimately put down. She says that the Marines "remember how Charlie the dog helped us. Charlie will always be loved. During a time when we were far from home that dog made us smile." So, I suppose Lava's story does help people remember and gives them hope. I’ve also heard from people who appreciate my candor describing the conditions in Iraq.
回頂端
[個人資料] [私人訊息]
從之前的文章開始顯示:   

[主題
鎖定]

[版面
鎖定]



 
2009網際營活獎 - 優質網站首獎


感謝下列廠商一起為生命努力!
狗狗笑了
聯合東方
希爾思
尾巴
LCH
iLOOK 電影雜誌
信用卡線上刷卡捐款
單次或定期定額刷卡捐款
信用卡準備好了嗎?
馬上刷卡去!
匯款捐款帳號
行號: 822
帳號: 347-540-199-422
銀行: 中國信託商業銀行 公館分行
戶名: 中華民國流浪動物花園協會
郵局劃撥捐款帳號
帳號: 500-199-67
戶名: 中華民國流浪動物花園協會
花園FB親友團
關於本站歷史回顧友情連結 
TEL 02-2662-0375  •  FAX 02-2662-5891  •  E-Mail ghaa.tw@gmail.com
本網站所有圖文版權屬流浪動物花園及發表人所有.協會法律顧問:黃沛聲律師
歡迎轉貼,但請註明出處並加上本站連結。