Discover The Wonderful Free iBook My Life As A Dog In Vermont The Many Moods Of Lucy The Dog Of A Thousand Faces

Ebook's Category: "Uncategorised" Date of Publication: September 1st 1999 by Andrews McMeel Publishing
My Life As A Dog In Vermont: The Many Moods Of Lucy, The Dog Of A Thousand Faces
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Author: Language of Book: English
Book Stars: 5.00 of 5 stars Ebook Format: RTF, iBook, DOC, DJVU, MOBI, FB2, ePub, TXT, PDF
Additional Info: Hardcover, 96 pages Book's Rating:
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Have you ever wondered what dogs do all day, or if they're able to express feelings' The rich black-and-white photos collected in My Life As a Dog in Vermont detail the daily interests and activities of Lucy, a very busy and photogenic beagle. With the photos and Lucy's narrative, the reader is invited to enter a dog's world, as seen from her point of view. In My Life As a Have you ever wondered what dogs do all day, or if they're able to express feelings' The rich black-and-white photos collected in My Life As a Dog in Vermont detail the daily interests and activities of Lucy, a very busy and photogenic beagle. With the photos and Lucy's narrative, the reader is invited to enter a dog's world, as seen from her point of view. In My Life As a Dog in Vermont, author and photographer Geoff Hansen shares 45 photos of family dog Lucy that capture her many moods and activities. Hansen began snapping photos of Lucy when she was a puppy and soon noticed that she seemed to like having her picture taken. Lucy spars, plays, mopes, begs, sleeps, explores, and even flirts with a Japanese tourist. From inquisitive to bored, proud to embarrassed, the range of emotions dogs are capable of expressing are captured in these photographs. Hansen started sending photos of Lucy as postcards to friends and family. The response was so enthusiastic that he decided to turn the pictures into a book. Whether romping with her little brother, Chester, or pouting about being dressed in a humiliating sweater, Lucy will make you smile in this charming keepsake that reaffirms why the dog is man's best friend.

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