Dreaming in Libro: How a Good Dog Tamed a Bad Woman

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Da Capo Press, Sep 10, 2007 - Pets - 224 pages
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“Sharply observed, beautifully written” (Claire Cook), a delicious summer read for any dog lover
 

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All these dog books are almost enough to make me want to be a dog person! Ms. Bernikow's memoir of Libro was fun to read and poignant, in the way that love and loss always are. I enjoyed the New York ... Read full review

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In this sequel to theSan Francisco Chronicle best sellerBark If You Love Me (2000), which was received so positively by city-dwelling dog lovers, street-smart, professional Bernikow adopts a stray ... Read full review

Contents

Fish Out of Water
1
The Dog Is a Ham
33
City Slicker
59
Citidog at the Seashore
93
Calamities
119
Doctor Libro Goes to Work
147
Dreaming in Libro
175
All Messages Have Not Been Erased
191
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About the author (2007)

Louise Bernikow has written eight books, including Bark if You Love Me (about her first year with Libro). Consulting historian for Women’s eNews and prolific magazine writer, she lives in Manhattan.

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