Funniest Book I Ever Read
May 21 | 2 Comments
Especially the ones where I don’t even give a paw for the virtual pat on the head. You’d think with all the love and attention I get from my folks I wouldn’t need that reassurance, but I do. Truth be told, I’m still an insecure little pup at heart.
That’s why I have to woof out a big thanks to all the folks out there that have written great reviews for my book. Woof, Woof! (Go ahead, put that in the Google Translate tool. Or if you don’t want to go to the trouble I’ll give you the answer: it says Thank You!!)
So imagine how happy I was to see a recent review by Dogtipper.com book reviewers Paris Permenter and John Bigley giving my book a few paws up. Well, not just a few, all of them. Heck, it even managed to hit the NY Daily News online version.
Bo that lives in the White House. This Bo is a former shelter dog, a retriever-chow mix who lives in Georgia with his parents, dog-sidekick Copper, and Moose, the cat. Having reached the age of 16, Bo looks back on his life with precision, insight, and most of all, witty, sarcastic humor. The book is simply one of the funniest I’ve ever read. (emphasis mine)
Paris and John, have authored over two dozen books for publishers ranging from Random House to Globe Pequot; their dog articles have ranged from first-person pieces about a dachshund for Reader’s Digest to how-to articles for outdoor magazines about photographing dogs.
These two are probably the smartest humans I know. That’s right behind dogs, pigs and parrots on the intelligence food chain.
Not bad, not bad at all.