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Dogs are often far more intelligent than we realize, and one dog has taken this to a new level. Thanks to time spent in front of a television Paps can read many human words, and understands a lot about human technology.
One day he misreads a sign, and believes that to become human he must get inside the Human Society. His quest is supported by his canine friends, both domestic and wild. Along the way this show dog learns much about the human world.
Throughout the story we get many insights into dog shows, dog breeding, and canine communication and thought processes. The story is a mix of canine drama, humor, and the interactions between dogs and humans, largely from the perspective of dogs.
At just over sixty thousand words, The Human Society is the perfect length for an average dog to read over a long weekend.
|Publisher:||William R. Vitanyi|
|File size:||299 KB|
About the Author
Bill lives in northwestern Pennsylvania with his family and many pets. He is an Edinboro University of Pennsylvania alumnus, with a Bachelor's degree in Russian Language and additional certifications in computer programming and operations.
In 2009 he proposed and established the Impact writing contest, in which students at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. submitted paragraphs of 200 words or less on a topic of their choice. The authors of the paragraphs with the greatest impact won. Over 40 students participated.
He has written several books and articles, and founded the Build-A-Book project.
Bill has appeared in several independent films, and served as script supervisor in Schism, an independent film by Lyon's Den Productions about one man's descent into Alzheimer's. Bill won third place awards for his writing at the St. David's Christian Writers Conference. In 2008 he won an IPPY award (humor) for The Official Guide to Office Wellness.