DJ: The Dog Who Rescued Me, is a wonderful companion piece for anyone who understands the healing power of a dog's love. -GregLouganis, four-time Olympic Gold Medalist.
A poignant tale is told through David Toussaint'swords and Piero Ribelli's beautifully expressive photos showing how the love of an animal brought Toussaint out of depression and gave him a new appreciation of life, his New York City neighborhood, and the world around him. Universal themes are recognized by anyone who has experienced the love of a four-legged family member.
|Publisher:||Turn the Page Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
New York based photographer Piero Ribelli was born in Padenghe sul Garda, a small town in Northern Italy. Ribelli is the author of three books, most recently, 50 Main Street, The Face of America, (Cameron & Co., 2012), 50 stories of 50 people in 50 towns in each one of the 50 states, all found at the same address, 50 Main Street--an exploration of how much we all share as human beings and as Americans. His work has appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world.