Surviving Henry Adventures in Loving a Canine Catastrophe by Erin Taylor Young
I LOVED this book. Henry is a boxer with endless energy. It was refreshing to hear the antics of others peoples pets. I found the author Erin Taylor Young, to be quite funny and found myself laughing so hard I cried. In all Henry’s antics he was still loveable, reminds me of a kid with ADHD. Always into something but never with a malice heart. Henry reminds me of some of the dogs and cats I have owned or fostered. I admire the way the author summed it up, “I love this dog… because, maybe this is the sum of countless choices. Every decisions I’ve made to keep going, keep working, keep trying had added up to loving Henry with my actions, even when my feelings were anything but. Funny how the warmth of emotion caught up to my choices somewhere along the way. Like finding a rare gift in s beat up box.”
The author did a fantastic job of describing Henry with love and passion. I give Surviving Henry 5 stars an...
Okay, first, this is for cat people. Cat people who do not sentimentalize, but see felines for what they are: small, furry mammals who have a hunter instinct, a strong streak of independence, and are really far more like humans than dogs or anything else (except maybe chimps). The poems are eloquent, sly, literate, and very, very funny. I makes a great gift/stocking gift and has so much more value than any number of "cute" books. The writer (Francesco Marciuliano) has done two comparable collections. One about dogs. Bleah.
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