Bad Dogs Have More Fun: Selected Writings on Family, Animals, and Life

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Paw Prints, Jan 19, 2009 - Humor - 247 pages
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Bad Dogs Have More Fun is an unforgettable collection of more than seventy-five newspaper articles from The Philadelphia Inquirer written by former columnist John Grogan. Combining humor, wit, poignancy, and affection, these columns provide insight into the intriguing and wonderful world we live in. Whether it be writing about animals (from dogs to elephants to geese!), powerful and moving comments about his own and other families, trenchant comments on life’s foibles and farces, or his interviews and interactions with people who are memorable and unusual in their own right, John Grogan makes us laugh—he makes us cry—he makes us think.

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User Review  - brantleyhoulihan - LibraryThing

I purchased this book after reading Marley and Me. Some sections are down right blah! but others were very captivating and inspiring. The book is a compilation of articles that were posted in the ... Read full review

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User Review  - GeoffSC - LibraryThing

A great collection of life anecdotes. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

John Grogan was a Pennsylvania columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer and the former editor in chief of Rodale’s Organic Gardening magazine. He has previously worked as a reporter, a bureau chief, and a columnist at newspapers in Michigan and Florida. His work has won numerous awards, including the National Press Club’s Consumer Journalism Award. He is the author of the New York Times bestseller Marley & Me and currently lives in Pennsylvania. The Phildelphia Inquirer is a daily morning newspaper that serves the Phildelphia, Pennsylvania area. The newspaper was founded in 1829 and is the third oldest surviving daily newspaper in the United States. The Inquirer has the tenth largest weekly U.S. newspaper circulation, and has won eighteen Pulitzer Prizes.

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