Bo Confidential: The Secret Files of America's First Dog

Bo Confidential: The Secret Files of America's First Dog

by The Editors of MAD Magazine
     
 

From the moment Barack Obama announced that he would get a dog for his daughters upon winning the White House, the “First Pet” has been at the top of the news cycle. And from the moment Portuguese water dog Bo Obama was officially introduced to the nation—in front of the largest press pool since Queen Elizabeth’s state visit in 2007!—

Overview


From the moment Barack Obama announced that he would get a dog for his daughters upon winning the White House, the “First Pet” has been at the top of the news cycle. And from the moment Portuguese water dog Bo Obama was officially introduced to the nation—in front of the largest press pool since Queen Elizabeth’s state visit in 2007!— reporters everywhere have been trying to get the scoop on America’s top dog.

Now, through a special loophole in the Freedom of Information Act (apparently dogs aren’t covered), citizens of the world can see the White House in a whole new way! Open the secret files of America’s First Top Dog to get a highly classified and highly entertaining knee-high glimpse of life in the White House, all told in first-pooch point of view.

Following in the rich tradition of such renowned presidential pets as FDR’s Scottish terrier Fala, Harding’s Airedale, George HW Bush’s Millie, and the Clintons’ cat Socks, Bo Obama will surely be making headlines for the next 4-to-8 years!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762438884
Publisher:
Running Press Book Publishers
Publication date:
08/11/2009
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
5.34(w) x 7.16(h) x 0.43(d)

Meet the Author


MAD Magazine has been one of the leading satire publications for over 50 years, lampooning politics and culture with an inimitable brand of wit and wisdom that speaks to several generations of fans.

Tom Richmond has been a MAD illustrator since 2000, contributing movie/TV parodies and feature article illustrations. He also operates caricature concessions at venues like Six Flags, Nickelodeon Universe, and more. He has won Reuben Awards in 2006 and 2007, and was named the National Caricaturist Network’s “Caricaturist of the Year” in 1998 and 1999. He lives in Burnsville, Minnesota.

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