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Puppyhood : Life-Size Portraits of Puppies at 6 Weeks Old
by J. Nichole Smith


Overview - Puppyhood showcases adorable puppies in life-size photographs taken at six weeks old. The book itself is oversize at 13 by 11 inches, allowing enough space to bring each of these little ones to life. Twenty-five breeds are captured in engaging photographs, showing all the details that make puppies so irresistible, from their pink bellies to their tiny teeth, soft ears, and oversize paws.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Puppyhood showcases adorable puppies in life-size photographs taken at six weeks old. The book itself is oversize at 13 by 11 inches, allowing enough space to bring each of these little ones to life. Twenty-five breeds are captured in engaging photographs, showing all the details that make puppies so irresistible, from their pink bellies to their tiny teeth, soft ears, and oversize paws. The book features the most popular breeds, including the French bulldog, Labrador, golden retriever, and Parson Russell Terrier. Puppyhood is a unique gift book for dog lovers everywhere.

Praise for Puppyhood

"So sweet it'll cause cavities, this delightful marshmallow of a coffee table book compiles 100 shots of pure and mixed-breed puppies at actual life size of six weeks of age sleeping, curiously studying the camera, playing, and resting." --Publishers Weekly

"A bold bid for most-adorable animal book of the season."
--USA Today

"Simply stunning." --Dog Fancy

"Want cute? Here's cute on steroids."
--The Chicago Tribune online

"When it comes to coffee table books, Puppyhood tops the list for irresistible subject matter." --Modern Dog

"Everyone who sees it seems incapable of passing it by. 'Aw-w-w-w ' they say, as they obsessively page through this magnificent visual essay on cuteness."
--The Asbury Park Sunday Press

"J. Nichole Smith's Puppyhood could melt the frozen heart of Cruella De Vil." --Houston Chronicle

"It's as close as you'll get to the real thing (without the wee wee pads). "--RealSimple.com

"Puppyhood makes a perfect gift for any fido aficionado." --AmericanProfile.com

" A] charming new coffee-table tome." --Florida Weekly

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781584799849
  • ISBN-10: 1584799846
  • Publisher: Stewart, Tabori, & Chang
  • Publish Date: October 2012
  • Page Count: 128
  • Dimensions: 11.1 x 13.2 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.05 pounds


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Books > Pets > Dogs - General
Books > Photography > Subjects & Themes - Plants & Animals

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

Publishers Weekly® Reviews

  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2012-10-01
  • Reviewer: Staff

So sweet it'll cause cavities, this delightful marshmallow of a coffee table book compiles 100 shots of pure and mixed-breed puppies at actual life size of six weeks of age sleeping, curiously studying the camera, playing and resting. Sleeping Labradors Detta and Jake, Tater Tot, the colossal Great Dane that's barely contained by the book's generous dimensions and the kissable Chad, the English Bulldog who graces the cover, all beg to be picked up, petted and loved. Which is part of creator and photographer J. Nichole Smith's plan. Information on adopting all of the 25 puppies pictured here is provided as an epilogue, giving readers contact information for a number of national shelter networks as well as the breeders of the purebreeds featured in the book. There is absolutely no information on the characteristics of the dogs or even breeds featured here – there's barely any text at all and potential parents are left to find that on their own – but those with a soft spot for puppies will have an awful time putting this one down, as each dog seems cuter, softer and sweeter than the one before. Photos (Oct.)

 
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