Zelda's Bloopers: The Good, the Bad, and the Whatever

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2005 - Humor - 112 pages
As Zelda says, "If you don't make mistakes, you don't make anything," and this book is full of them! The ever-wise Zelda lets loose in a fun-filled book of canine bloopers and, of course, more of her infinite wisdom.

To err is human . . . but it feels divine," said the inimitable Mae West, and how right she was. Zelda's Bloopers: The Good, the Bad, and the Whatever offers up Zelda in some of her most irresistible moments. She truly has an uncanny ability to make lemonade out of the "lemons."

InZelda's Bloopers you can see Zelda as you've never seen her before-not quite picture-perfect. Even in her less glamorous moments, Zelda teaches us something about life: You can turn even your goof-ups into something great.

Originally filed away as rejects, these photos are juxtaposed with the original, ready-for-publication pictures, with smart, sassy sayings that complement both images.

Always a media favorite, Zelda has been featured in The New York Times and on Oprah, Good Morning America, The Today Show show.

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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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