Ernie: A Photographer's Memoir

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Capra Press, 1985 - Photography of cats - 64 pages
Ernie: A Photographer's Memoir was first published by a small Santa Barbara press in 1985. By all accounts, Ernie was a phenomenon, selling an estimated 100,000 copies. Photographer Tony Mendoza had captured the mercurial character of that irascible, self-possessed, utterly lovable cat, telling the curiously moving story of their relationship in the voices of both himself and Ernie. Our beautifully produced hardcover edition of this classic tale is poised to charm legions of new readers. Featuring never-before-published pictures, and a few more private thoughts from Ernie himself, Ernie is sure to steal hearts all over again.

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User Review  - melydia - LibraryThing

I usually don't like books about real animals because they tend to make me cry. Not so here: it's justa collection of great photos of a cat being a cat, with some entertaining "commentary" by the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Marcial87 - LibraryThing

Read the book when it first came out. Guess what the name of our first cat is. He's 16 years old now and still a pill. Read full review


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