Zelda Rules on Love: A Zelda Wisdom Book

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Oct 2, 2002 - Humor - 112 pages
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Ask anyone "What defines unconditional love?" and nine out of 10 people will say, "My dog." So who could say it better than Zelda, a 60-pound bulldog? Eminently photographic and wisely wacky, Zelda delivers her advice to the lovelorn with prescriptions for romantic success in this delightful book, Zelda Rules on Love.

This hilarious book features the "adore-a-bull" bulldog in a new collection of photographs, combined with her humorous take on the world of love. Zelda dressed in a red sweater with a red rose in her mouth says, "To be loved . . . be love-a-bull." Zelda in designer attire surrounded by chic shopping bags and credit cards advises, "When love fails, go shopping. . . . You can always return what you don't want." In a chapter entitled Memor-a-bull Friends and Lovers, Zelda teams up with her best friend, Baby, to portray all the favorites, including Laurel and Hardy, Zelda and Louise, Tonto and the Lone Ranger, Anthony and Cleopatra, and many more. All in all, Zelda knows where it's at when it comes to love.

 

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About the author (2002)

Carol Gardner is the founder of Zelda Wisdom, Inc. Zelda and Carol have appeared on CNN, as well as Today, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, The Martha Stewart Show, CNBC's Power Lunch, and many other television shows. Photographer Shane Young's images regularly appear in the New York Times and Sunset magazine, Time, Newsweek, and Sports Illustrated. Zelda and her crew call Portland, Ore., home.




Carol Gardner is the founder of Zelda Wisdom, Inc. Zelda and Carol have appeared on CNN, as well as Today, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, The Martha Stewart Show, CNBC's Power Lunch, and many other television shows. Photographer Shane Young's images regularly appear in the New York Times and Sunset magazine, Time, Newsweek, and Sports Illustrated. Zelda and her crew call Portland, Ore., home.

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