AUSTRALIA (PRWEB) January 15, 2014
Dogs are very important to humans. For not only are they used for specific tasks such as herding farm animals and leading the blind, they are also considered man’s constant companions and will stay by one’s side through thick and thin with unwavering love and devotion. In “Dog Tails,” author Piers Fisher-Pollard has created a fitting tribute to these magnificent creatures.
“Dog Tails” is a sometimes playful, sometimes educational, and sometimes introspective exploration into the world from the point of view of man’s best friend: the dog. All the dogs that appear in “Dog Tails” gave their time and opened their souls to the world for nothing more than a pat. They have no great agenda: it is just to say hello, tell one a little about themselves, and above all, to make one smile. The images found in this book are beautiful examples of dogs in their most natural and playful state and the accompanying poems, and jokes are all cleverly written with witty quips and information that will surely make it an excellent gift or addition to the coffee table.
“Dog Tails” is bound to charm even the odd few who are not already in love with these friendly, furry creatures.
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About the Author
Piers Fisher-Pollard holds a Master of Arts in Creative Writing from one of Australia’s most prestigious writing faculties at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is also an avid photographer and a dedicated dog fan. Creating “Dog Tails” was a labour of love: Piers carried his camera with him every day and photographed every dog he met, for more years than he had cared to mention. Some of the stars of “Dog Tails” are his personal friends, some occasional acquaintances, and many were complete strangers, who happily took the time to pose for a photo shoot and share their most intimate peculiarities and life experiences.
Dog Tails* by Piers Fisher-Pollard
Publication Date: October 24, 2013
Picture Book; AU$59.99; 134 pages; 978-1-4836-9790-1
Picture Book Hardcover; AU$79.99; 134 pages; 978-1-4836-9791-8
e-book; AU$3.99; 978-1-4836-9792-5
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