Stink Outside the Box (PagePerfect NOOK Book): Life Advice from Kitty

Stink Outside the Box (PagePerfect NOOK Book): Life Advice from Kitty

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by Jeremy Greenberg
     
 

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Finally, life advice from our favorite feline friends who always seem to land on their feet. Stink Outside the Box features sweet, funny photos of kitty experts along with hilarious and thoughtful tidbits of timeless advice for both cats and humans alike. To move on with our nine lives, we must forgive our siblings for what they did to us as kittens, learn notSee more details below

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Finally, life advice from our favorite feline friends who always seem to land on their feet. Stink Outside the Box features sweet, funny photos of kitty experts along with hilarious and thoughtful tidbits of timeless advice for both cats and humans alike. To move on with our nine lives, we must forgive our siblings for what they did to us as kittens, learn not to get haired out when we see how much fur we've gained in the winter, and accept that while we can't control our environment, we can control where we barf in it. Cats have warmed our hearts since the beginning of time; now we finally get to learn how they keep it all in purrspective.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781449462642
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
09/02/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
64
Sales rank:
485,204
File size:
14 MB
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Meet the Author

Jeremy Greenberg is a stand-up comedian, author, blogger, and joke writer. He has appeared on numerous national TV and radio shows, and has done five overseas tours to perform for our troops. He has also done extensive freelance work for Parenting Magazine, Twins, Glo, and MSN for whom he was also the original blogger for MSN's The Family Room, and was part of the team that helped MSN win the 2010 IMA Outstanding Achievement Award for the category of "blogs." When Jeremy is not performing or writing, he is at home in San Diego demonstrating alpha-male behavior to his twin, five-year-old sons - mostly by saying "Whatever" and leaving the room every time his wife says that he's incorrectly loaded the dishwasher.

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