The Power Of Animals

by Masauko Sulamoyo

Format(s): Soft Cover Print

Language: English

About The Book

Have you ever wondered how the world would have been like without animals? As gullible as they ostensibly look, some of these creatures possess burning wisdom that so seems to give us food for thought.

From the birds of the air that mesmerised Leonardo Da Vinci to design a flying machine – to the psychologically competent elephants — to the kings of the jungle that have inspired the utopia of leadership — to the workaholic ants that takes no not for an answer — and to the dogs that seem unparalleled in loving dearly, this book looks at some of the most illustrious animals with eyes of an eagle.

About The Author

Author: Masauko Sulamoyo

Masauko Sulamoyo was born in Blantyre of Malawi in 1983. He was raised by his Grandparents — and has been writing since childhood.

A self-acclaimed fortune hunter, Masauko is also the author of the book called The Power of Women.

Currently, he works for Romans Pizza Central Kitchen — and teaches Sunday School kids of St Martins-In-the-Fields of Irene. Previously, he worked at Rostec High School &FET College and Rudesheim Meats.

An advocate of animal’s welfare, Masauko is a fan of the birds of the air and the philosophical elephants.