Animal Talk

Animal Talk : Life Lessons from Our Furry Friends

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"Every dog has his day," or so the saying goes. In this delightful photographic gift book from John Lund, every dog - and a few cats and other creatures - has his say about how we humans should live our lives. Through his camera, John Lund captures downright human expressions and emotions from our furry friends. On every page, these animals speak their minds to us. What does the four-pawed set have to say to us? Well, for starters, we should be a little bit more positive. "Never underestimate the power of a cheerful attitude," advises a smiling bulldog, adding, "A little coffee helps too". "Animal Talk" reveals the most human qualities of its animal subjects, and will make you laugh when you recognize yourself in the eyes of a defiant Chihuahua or the wrinkled face of a plaintive blood-hound. "Animal Talk" is just the book to remind us to laugh at ourselves, take a cue from our animal friends, and live a little!show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 80 pages
  • 154.94 x 157.48 x 12.7mm | 158.76g
  • Andrews McMeel Publishing
  • Kansas City, United States
  • English
  • 0740750305
  • 9780740750304
  • 1,498,353

About John Lund

John Lund San Francisco-based photographer John Lund has been shooting professionally for 20 years. Drawn from his successful greeting card line of the same name, Animal Talk is his fourth book, following Animal Antics, Animal Wisdom, and Life According to Maude. His pioneering work in using personal computers to manipulate photography has been showcased in Professional Photographer, Design Graphics, PhotoDistrict News, Popular Photography, and numerous other publications.show more

Review quote

"Animal Talk lets the cat (and the dog) out of the bag - our furry friends have a thing or two to say about life and how to live it. And it's no surprise: They spend a good deal of their time watching us live ours!" - John Lund"show more