More Memoirs of a Papillon: Diary of a Mad Dogby Genevieve
More barktations from Genevieve! Perk up your ears and get to the nearest fire hydrant - canine star Genevieve is back with a brand-new collection of observations about poor, dumb humans. Following up on her best-selling classic, "Memoirs of a Papillon: The Canine Guide to Living with Humans without Going Mad," Genevieve unleashes a scathing analysis of human culture… See more details below
More barktations from Genevieve! Perk up your ears and get to the nearest fire hydrant - canine star Genevieve is back with a brand-new collection of observations about poor, dumb humans. Following up on her best-selling classic, "Memoirs of a Papillon: The Canine Guide to Living with Humans without Going Mad," Genevieve unleashes a scathing analysis of human culture that will have sociologists all over the world looking for new jobs. (Age 12 through adult.)
- Eiffel Press
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)
- Age Range:
- 12 Years
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I haven't yet had the privilege of reading Genevieve's other books, but I will soon. This is hilarious. I read it during my lunch hour at work and completely embarrassed myself laughing out loud at the chapter on human marriage. She definitely loaded the book with sarcasm and was a bit irreverent, but it was a just plain fun read and worth the money.
Many times a second book is just so-so, but Genevieve has done it again. Her second book rates just as high as the first one. Two of my favorite chapters in this book are the ones on human marriage from a canine prospective and the one on exercise (which I hate). I have litterally laughed until I cried at some of Genevieve's musings on these topics. Once again, Denny has done a great job putting Genevieve's thoughts into words. These books are easy to read, and because they are so funny, they are hard to put down.
...to let your cat outside, she's back: Genevieve, the chic six-pound Papillon whose bite is way worse than her bark. In her debut (Memoirs of a Papillon: The Canine Guide to Living with Humans without Going Mad), I thought Genevieve had covered it all, but here she truly leaves no bone unturned. The myriad foibles and failings of Homosapiens and Felidae are ruthlessly skewered with a wit and tenacity that leaves the competition chasing their tails. Unabashedly politically-incorrect, she hangs her hapless human - ahem - 'owners' out to dry, and takes on all comers with a smirk and a shrug...and one paw tied behind her back. Make friends with her now, before she starts the rough draft for Volume III!
I've personally met Geneieve, not only is she very intelligent and talented, she is a beauty as well. Her new book is hilarious overall. In paticular, I enjoyed the chapter on her observations of human marriage. I couldn't stop laughing, yet, I couldn't put it down, it was painful! You will get a clear view of her intelligence and determination when she manipulated Denny off the couch when he was suffering from the flu! An excellent read. Beverly Post Glenmont, NY