Author Roy McFall’s new book “Twenty Doggies or the Dogs Who Owned Us!” is a lighthearted reflection on the canine friends who enriched the life of his family

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Recent release “Twenty Doggies or the Dogs Who Owned Us!” from Page Publishing author Roy McFall, Ph.D is a rhyming memoir of the parade of dogs and other four-, eight-, and no-legged family members of all kinds who enlivened their home over the years.

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Roy McFall, Ph.D is a retired professor of science and director of residence hall instruction at Michigan State University and academic dean at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield, Connecticut who has lived in Cheboygan, Michigan since his retirement in 1990. His previous publications consist of: Buzz and Kuzz and Whizz and Wizzard which were co-written with C.J. McFall, RN. He has published his latest book “Twenty Doggies or the Dogs Who Owned Us!”: a charmingly poetic homage to the kaleidoscope of dogs who have shared their boisterous home. Little Orphan Kitty, The Cat With a Purrh.D. will also be released this year.

The author shares, “‘Twenty Doggies or the Dogs Who Owned Us!’ covers most of the dogs who ‘owned’ the McFalls. Every dog has its own personality and physiognomy (looks!). We loved them all.”

Published by Page Publishing, Roy McFall, Ph.D’s entertaining book is a delightful read for animal lovers of all ages.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Twenty Doggies or the Dogs Who Owned Us!” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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