Haven't heard of Tracey Stewart? That's all about to change. The former veterinary technician and animal advocate who also happens to be married to "Daily Show" comedian Jon Stewart, is quickly rising in the world of animal welfare thanks to a new book, online magazine, and a new rescue farm.
Artisan Books announced this week that it will publish Stewart's first book, "Do Unto Animals," in October. In addition to more than 300 pages of beautiful illustrations by celebrated artist Lisel Ashlock, the book will give readers "insights into the secret lives of animals and the kindest ways to live with and alongside them."
The release states that everything from learning how to speak "cat-ese" and "dog-ese" to building backyard bee houses and humanely dealing with yard pests will be explored. Stewart will also share experiences from the farm that she, Jon, and their two kids currently own in New Jersey. The couple reportedly are working towards turning the property into a "a home for farm animals rescued from cruelty."