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The Bedtime Book for Dogs by Bruce   Littlefield
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Jun 21, 2011

really liked it
Recommended for: all ages
Read on June 08, 2011 — I own a copy , read count: 1

This is a storybook centered around you AND your favorite pooch, or pooches. The author invites you and your furry friend to listen to the story about to unfold with words familiar to both our ears AND theirs...pretty creative if I do say so myself. I mean, the concept is simple enough, but when have you actually seen it employed and with such adorable success. The actual story reminds all of us that our time is spent so much better together than it is apart. The mundane becomes extraordinary, the boring turns into the most fun EVER. The simple things in life are so much more enjoyable when the experience is shared with someone else and whether they be human or one of our four legged human impersonators, matters not....sometimes it even makes MORE fun. ^_^

So, do I recommend this title? Umm, let's see....umm....of course...and my own fur babies do too. Ashley sat front and center for this story and you should have seen the range of emotions playing over her little face as things transpired. Simply called for extra hugs....which I dutifully obliged. This story is for one, for all, for the tall and the small; for furry and non, this book is LOADS of fun. The tale is brief but the message is clear...oh and be sure to have a T-R-E-A-T ready at the end for your tail wagging friend. Just a precaution....
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