'A Dog's Life' Chronicles the Thoughts of Man's Best Friend

By: Akihiko Tse - Published: Oct 9, 2013 • References: teneues & designtaxi
Gemma Correll has written about dogs before, but her new book, titled 'A Dog's Life,' will this time tell you exactly what they're thinking about you.

The new book by the English author is an illustrated book that depicts what it's like to be a dog, and reveals some of their intriguing thoughts and lifestyle choices. Priced at $20, the book shows dogs in a variety of situations from "perky scamp to loyal, obedient protector."

In one illustration in a 'A Dog's Life,' one of two dogs sitting at a table at a restaurant called 'Bone Appetit' orders a "pan-fried homework," as the waiter replies with "Excellent choice, sir." In another, a canine magazine titled 'HOTDOG,' priced at 99 pence, includes various dog-focused features with exclusives like "Who let the dogs out? We reveal the truth."

Having embedded themselves into our lives to the point that we lavish them with "yummy treats and belly scratches," Correll's book is a fun, entertaining read for the whole family. Stats for Introspective Canine Thought Novels Trending: Older & Average
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