April 18, 2012

Book Review: Things Your Dog Doesn't Want You to Know by Hy Conrad and Jeff Johnson

The Deal: 11 very different and courageous dogs confess all you ever wanted to know about your own dog. 

In confessional style, dogs big and small, with all type of owners confess that no, they will never be full, no matter how much you feed them, that they think that you're spoiling the puppies, and that Birthdays aren't exactly all that important to the psyche of a canine. 

This among other stories. 

My Thoughts: I'm not going to rate Things Your Dog Doesn't WAnt You to Know. One because it doesn't fit any of the genres I usually review, I just requested it because I love dogs and I think that a dog in a book makes everything better. 

And Two because I actually only saw a sampler of the book - the first seven stories, I think - so I'm going to write my impressions based on that.

I think this is a very cute book and if you're the the type of person who would buy a book like this in the first place, then you'll probably like it a lot. The stories I read, some I liked more than others but they were short and easy to read and yeah they showed some stuff that I could imagine a dogs thinking. And it was funny.


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