Animal Tails is a collection of short stories, fables, poems, and essays collected and experienced by the author. There is the natural aspect of life and death, and many mystical tales which still exist in our world. The book is about animals, but it is also a book about the relationship between humanity and beast. These animals are usually "happened upon" during their quest for existence. There is a sense of love, irony, magic, and foreboding over the stewardship of nature in this book.
Ghost Dogs and Animals of the West
June Reynolds has been writing since she was ten. By the time she was in High School, she was writing for two local newspapers in Oregon. She has been a teacher and librarian in public schools for 35 years, teaching pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. She taught the love of reading, drama, and U.S. History. She was a puppeteer for twenty-five years. Currently, she is a full-time writer with two grown children and two grandchildren. She travels, loves to hike, and is a photographer.
Ms. Reynolds has written two screenplays, and many stage and radio plays. She was commissioned to write a musical for Wilsonville, Oregon for the Oregon Sesquicentennial. As a historian, she has written three history books on Sherwood, Oregon and Washington County.