If you have a dog, know a dog, or love a dog, then you are sure to find joy in this collection from the New Yorker. The literary collection starts off with an introduction from Malcom Gladwell and is comprised of nearly 400 pages about tales (no pun intended) of man’s best friend. Inside you will find hilarious and heartwarming stories, poems and illustrations from some of the world’s greatest literary artists. These memories both real and imaginary will make you laugh, cry, and appreciate your moments with that furry friend. $45, Random House.
On My Bookshelf: The Big New Yorker Book of DogsPosted by Kevin Sharkey
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