This book is made up entirely of stories told by dogs, in their own
voices. Most people who own dogs know they can talk, but few know they
can write. Professional writers are the ones most likely to discover
this and when they do, act as ghost writers for their dogs. Some of the
writers whose dogs tell their stories in this book are: Thomas Carlyle,
Rudyard Kipling, O. Henry, and Don Marquis. Poetry is a favorite medium
for dogs, and many poems are included here, including one transmitted
through Robert Frost.
Hardcover; 192 pages.
Author: Elizabeth Ratisseau.