Popular Books on Anthropomorphic

 

Anthropomorphism is a state where a human being’s emotions are depicted in animals, god or things. This is a much-loved topic of novels among children as well as elders.

 

Watership Down

Richard Adams has written about a small group of rabbits who are anthropomorphised in this novel. It has everything written about how they escape the destruction of their warren and continue seeking a new place for their home.

Read it For:
Motivation, desire to achieve what you need despite all the problems is explained beautifully in this book by means of anthropomorphised rabbits.
Don't Read it For:
Realistic people may not like this novel as it is completely imagination based.
What makes this book stand out?:
This novel has won the annual Carnegie Medal, annual Guardian Prize and other book awards. This book leads the list of top 10 best selling books on anthropomorphic.

Redwall

Brian Jacques has written a series of children's fantasy novels named "Redwall". Also, Redwall is the title of the first book of that series. The series has 22 novels, aiming at older children. This combines every necessity of a children's novel from the action, poetry, songs, and vivid descriptions that make the series unique and much loving.

Read it For:
It is one of the popular books on anthropomorphic.
Don't Read it For:
It is quite a big series, and it may not be possible for everybody to read the complete novel.
What makes this book stand out?:
This series has been praised for its equal-opportunity adventuring where male and female counterparts are equally courageous and diabolical.

Animal Farm

George Orwell has written about pigs in this book who adapt their Old Major's ideas as a command and revolt against their farmer, and they considered everything is going on two legs as an enemy and everything going upon four legs as their friend. Soon they also take part in activities which were prohibited by Seven Commandments such as drinking alcohol and sleeping in bed.

Read it For:
The revolt of those animals give moral to fight for yourself, and you'll definitely feel motivated by this book.
Don't Read it For:
This novel failed to gain positive response universally. Even the author himself stated his disappointment in the American New Republic Magazine.
What makes this book stand out?:
The novel was selected among 100 best English- language novels by the Time magazine.

The Wind in the Willows

The novel by Kenneth Grahame is a children's fantasy novel which includes the emotions of a human being. This novel along with the adventures of Toad explores every human emotion especially nostalgia. It has been loved by everybody and has been included in plays for many times. Nostalgia, fear, awe and wanderlust are some human emotions which have been depictured in the novel very beautifully.

Read it For:
This novel has received appreciation from everybody especially for its first and second part.
Don't Read it For:
The third part of the novel failed to reach the standard benchmark created by the first two.
What makes this book stand out?:
It beautifully narrates the emotions of humans in an animal and is loved by everybody so much that many reprints were required later on.
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Charlotte’s Web

This novel is written by E. B. White which beautifully narrates the story of friendship between a livestock pig named Wilbur and a barn spider named Charlotte. It explains the efforts of Charlotte who wants his friend to live and thus persuades the farmer to not slaughter him.

Read it For:
Friendship has always been a loving topic among children which makes it a must-read for them.
Don't Read it For:
This might bore you in the beginning, but later on, you'll love it.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book proves that children's books can also be enjoyed by elders and it is a perfect example of that.

Mossflower

Brian Jaques, in his novel, has written about the torcher of the wildcat Queen of Mossflower over the community of animals. The whole Mossflower wood suffers from the tragic dynasty of Verdauga who not even cares for her brother. This anthropomorphic novel explains human behaviour in animals.

Read it For:
It constitutes a beautiful story of torcher, protest and the end of terror in Mossflower woods.
Don't Read it For:
There are some errors in the novel, but it can be ignored as it is a complete fiction.
What makes this book stand out?:
This is the second book of the Redwall series and thus, has to be definitely exciting. You should definitely read this one; it is one of the best reads out of all the listed top 10 books on anthropomorphic.

Fire Bringer

The novel is a unique fiction featuring a not so ordinary red deer. He had a white mark on his forehead which resembled an oak leaf. This mark was considered to hold great meaning and power. The red deer with the mark was to be the one who would help bring freedom to all the deer in the future.

Read it For:
This is a unique novel which will definitely be loved by almost everybody.
Don't Read it For:
This young fantasy novel might not be loved by elders.
What makes this book stand out?:
This novel is a brilliant combination of action, fear, sadness, and love

Mattimeo

This novel is again a book of Redwall series. This is the third title of the series and is the direct sequel to first two and the continuation of the Redwall series.

Read it For:
The novel beautifully narrates the story of inhabitants of Redwall who together prepare for a feast and the problems they face. This is one of the best reads on the list of best books on anthropomorphic.
Don't Read it For:
It may not be understood by people who have not read the first two novels.
What makes this book stand out?:
The Redwall series has always proved to be interesting enough and has many awards and nominations in its name.

Fantastic Mr Fox

Roald Dahl has written this wonderful novel which was also featured as a film later on by Wes Anderson. This is the story of Mr Fox who is a family man and steals food from his neighbours without even getting caught. But once he was planned to be killed by three farmers and Mr Fox finds himself trapped but manages to free himself by his clever and sharp mind.

Read it For:
This is a very interesting novel with lots of tricks used by Mr Fox which will surely be loved by children.
Don't Read it For:
Adults might not like this novel as it is a children's fantasy based novel.
What makes this book stand out?:
The novel is a perfect mix of clever and fantastic story.

The Mouse and The Motorcycle

Beverly Cleary has shown the unexpected friendship of a mouse and a boy and the efforts of the mouse to save their friendship and regain the trust of the boy which he lost as he leaves the motorcycle toy of the boy, which he gave the mouse to ride, to save himself.

Read it For:
The novel is much loved among the kids and has been praised by everyone.
Don't Read it For:
As compared to other anthropomorphic novels, this novel is no that much recommended.
What makes this book stand out?:
This has beautifully shown the human emotions in animals and thus, anthropomorphic

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