Life Is Short. Eat Biscuits!

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Santa Monica Press, 2004 - Humor - 96 pages
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The lessons that dogs have to teach us about unconditional love and happiness are presented in this compilation of canine-inspired maxims. Infused with wit and humor, the Zen of dogs is captured in such inspirational bits of wisdom as, "For a dog there is only do or not do," and "Ask yourself, 'What would Lassie do?'" Masterfully designed with whimsical illustrations throughout, this collection of Taoist insights offers a refreshing perspective on living a happier and fuller life.

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About the author (2004)

Leslie Ann Moore has been a storyteller since childhood. A native of Los Angeles, she received a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of California. She lives and works in Los Angeles and in her spare time, she practices the art of belly dance. Her debut novel, Griffin's Daughter, the first of the Griffin's Daughter Trilogy, was named 2008 Ben Franklin Award winner for Best First Fiction by the Independent Book Publishers Association. Her latest novel "A Tangle Of Fates," will be released in Summer 2013.

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