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Dog eat Doug: It's a Good Thing They're Cute

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  • Posted November 7, 2008

    A "Feel Good" read

    While things seem so grim these days, it's great to escape into the world of Sophie and Doug! This is a charming, honest and fun book for readers of all ages. My kids could not put it down, and I laughed out loud many times! Anyone who has ever loved a dog and/or a baby will love this book! I look forward to many more from this talented artist and author!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2008

    Adorable and funny!

    Ever since I found Brian Anderson's comic online I have been an avid fan. This collection of comic strips is a perfect representation of Anderson's humorous writing style and adorable artistic skill. I highly recommend this collection to any fan of comics such as Calvin and Hobbs or Garfield, because Anderson is just as good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2008

    Great Book For Dog Lovers

    I laughed at nearly every strip in the collection. The book is especially funny for those of us that have a dog that does many of the things that Sophie does. It's definitely worth buying and the funniest comic I've read since Calvin and Hobbes.

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