The Dogist Puppies

The Dogist Puppies
By Elias Weiss Friedman
All ages

 

 

Marni’s summary and commentary:
When I was growing up, we had a coffee table book that was all photographs of cats. When we were very lucky, my mom would pull it out and sit with me and my sister as we went through page by page. No story, just tons of gorgeous, cute and sweet cats. I’ll always remember the cozy feeling of sitting with my mom and sister as we looked at the photos. 

This book is the equivalent, but with puppies. Oh–these puppies. Puppies being carried, puppies playing, puppies with the cutest paws, puppies in pairs, tons of breeds in all their puppy glory. Really, you can’t get cuter than this. I was smiling ear-to-ear one page in, and didn’t stop smiling and giggling through the entire book.

There are a lot of photos here; you won’t make it through the book in one story session. Lots of opportunity to cuddle with your children for feel-good doggy sessions.


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