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The Tao of Maggie: The Sound of One Hound Barking
     

The Tao of Maggie: The Sound of One Hound Barking

by Bill Stanton
 

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The fabulously feisty and photogenic basset hound known as Maggie went from having one fan-owner/photographer Bill Stanton-to thousands after the publication of their first book, Maggie's Way: Observations from Below Your Knees

Maggie returns with more dog's-eye-view wit and wisdom in The Tao of Maggie: The Sound of One Hound Barking.

Overview

The fabulously feisty and photogenic basset hound known as Maggie went from having one fan-owner/photographer Bill Stanton-to thousands after the publication of their first book, Maggie's Way: Observations from Below Your Knees

Maggie returns with more dog's-eye-view wit and wisdom in The Tao of Maggie: The Sound of One Hound Barking. This keepsake book is filled with delightful color and black-and-white photographs capturing Maggie in action. Each photo is accompanied by sage wisdom from ancient philosophers, accomplished writers, and, of course, Maggie herself who handily dispenses Eastern-influenced advice. Who says basset hounds can't be zen masters? The photos within reveal the many sides of Maggie, from the inspiring snatching dog biscuits in mid-air to the slightly less-than-inspiring captured on film with her head in the toilet. With its creative blend of humor, meditative contemplation, and stunning photography, The Tao of Maggie makes a great gift and is sure to keep lovers of all dogs smiling.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780740787096
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC
Publication date:
02/05/2013
Series:
Backlist eBook Program
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
112
File size:
21 MB
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Meet the Author

Photographer Bill Stanton's work has appeared in such prestigious publications as Time, Life, and the New York Times. His work has also been shown in numerous exhibits including the Taranto Photo Gallery in Chelsea, and in Academy Award-winner Jessica Wu's documentary film, The Living Museum. Bill lives in Manhattan with his wife and son, and of course, his dog.

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