Letters to a Young Pug

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Penguin Publishing Group, 2006 - Fiction - 128 pages
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Another delightful adventure featuring Wilson the Pug and his sidekick, Homer
B How does the Master teach? Wilson the Pug, everyone s favorite canine Taoist, is about to find out. Otto, the wise old pug who taught him the ways of the Tao-te Ching, is retiring to Boca Raton. Wilson is next in line to take his place as Master of the Taoist pug lineage, but before he can assume his rightful position he must train his own successor. Through funny letters and charming photographs, Wilson confers with his apprentice, Homer, on the subtle wisdom of the Tao. Unfortunately for Wilson, Homer is more interested in filling his stomach than feeding his mind. And he d rather nap his way to wisdom.

Letters to a Young Pug is the third enchanting book from the stars of The Tao of Pug and Homer for the Holidays. Dog lovers everywhere will be thrilled with another hit from Viking Studio s favorite pug duo.

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This charming book is a must have for any pug owner. Its just adorable! Its funny charming and sweet... just like a Pug! Read full review


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Nancy Levine, with Wilson the Pug, is the author and photographer of The Tao of Pug and Homer for the Holidays. Nancy is a former staff photographer for the Elmsford, New York, Humane Society. She has had extensive experience in theater and stand-up comedy, and her commentaries have been broadcast in the San Francisco area on NPR affiliates.

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