» » My Dog's Brain (Sally)
Download My Dog's Brain (Sally) epub book
ISBN:0810982870
Author: Stephen Huneck
ISBN13: 978-0810982871
Title: My Dog's Brain (Sally)
Format: mbr txt lrf rtf
ePUB size: 1365 kb
FB2 size: 1786 kb
DJVU size: 1390 kb
Language: English
Category: Humor
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams (September 1, 2009)
Pages: 104

My Dog's Brain (Sally) by Stephen Huneck



Anna said: Bought this for a couple bucks in a used bookstore. It just looked so cute. And it was. Humorous. Everyone is enchanted by Sally, Stephen Huneck's incorrigible, adorable Labrador. Sally is sensitive, loyal, and loving. But she is also a realist: faced with deep moral quandaries like whether or not to sleep on the sofa, snag a morsel from the kitchen counter, or stick her nose into other people's business, she favors immediate gratification. Her thoughts on the enduring Everyone is enchanted by Sally, Stephen Huneck's incorrigible, adorable Labrador.

Personal Name: Huneck, Stephen. Publication, Distribution, et. New York On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book My dog's brain, by Stephen Huneck.

This book features Stephen Huneck's brilliant canine wood block prints. The book is colorful and suitable for all ages: kids will love the whimsy it offers, while adults will enjoy the sly insights into canine mental processes. The introduction of the book explains how Huneck overcame a nearly fatal illness with the help of his dog, a black Labrador Retriever named Sally, setting the tone for his deep appreciation for dogs.

Stephen Huneck's beloved black Labrador Sally has spawned a whole series of children's books, as well as woodcut prints, stationary, tote bags, t-shirts, and even rugs, but the genesis of this world was the now-classic first book, "My Dog's Brain". This volume was a project of passion as Huneck was inspired to create it after a life-threatening illness and two-month coma

Stephen Huneck's beloved black Labrador, Sally, has spawned a whole series of successful children's books, as well as woodcut prints, mugs, T-shirts, stationery, sculpture, tote bags, and even rugs, but the genesis of this world was his now-classic first book, My Dog's Brain. In it, Huneck illustrates the predicaments, pleasures, and appetites that make up a dog's life, whether it's sleeping on the couch, stealing a lick from an ice cream cone, or barking for no good reason.

Find nearly any book by Stephen Huneck. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Stephen Huneck (Huneck, Stephen). used books, rare books and new books. Find all books by 'Stephen Huneck' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Stephen Huneck'. The Art of Stephen Huneck. by Laura Beach, Stephen Huneck. ISBN 9780810991774 (978-0-8109-9177-4) Softcover, Harry N Abrams, 2004. Find signed collectible books: 'The Art of Stephen Huneck'. Sally Gets a Job. by Stephen Huneck. ISBN 9780810994935 (978-0-8109-9493-5) Hardcover, Harry N. Abrams, 2008.

Reward "My Dog' s Brain" fine art print from Stephen's very first book, "My Dog's Brain. This Stephen Huneck classic is Sally's first appearance in a book. The long hours Sally spent with Stephen in the studio and on the road pay off with Stephen's insightful, humorous and very honest exploration of Sally's brain. Perfect gift for your vet or a brain surgeon! Less. Estimated delivery Dec 2012. Reward "The Art of Stephen Huneck. This book offers a window into the charming world of the well-loved contemporary artist. Best known as the creator of Abrams "Sally the Black Lab" books, as well as the world famous Dog Chapel, Huneck was a multi-talented artist whose work ranged from prints to furniture and from humor to spirituality. Huneck drew on the tradition of New England folk art while exploring classic American themes and showcasing his exquisite skills as a craftsmen.

Stephen Huneck’s beloved black Labrador, Sally, has spawned a whole series of successful children’s books, as well as woodcut prints, mugs, T-shirts, stationery, sculpture, tote bags, and even rugs, but the genesis of this world was his now-classic first book, My Dog’s Brain. In it, Huneck illustrates the predicaments, pleasures, and appetites that make up a dog’s life, whether it’s sleeping on the couch, stealing a lick from an ice cream cone, or barking for no good reason.
Reviews: 7
Uriel
This book features Stephen Huneck's brilliant canine wood block prints. The book is colorful and suitable for all ages: kids will love the whimsy it offers, while adults will enjoy the sly insights into canine mental processes. The introduction of the book explains how Huneck overcame a nearly fatal illness with the help of his dog, a black Labrador Retriever named Sally, setting the tone for his deep appreciation for dogs.

The prints are very entertaining and thematically fall into sections called "The Parts of the Brain," "The Two Hemispheres of the Brain," and "The Powers of the Brain." While I loved the whole book, I really liked "The Powers of the Brain," as I think it has the most insight into the minds of pets, and dogs in particular. I especially appreciate the prints "They sense when you are going away," and "They know when you need love."

This is a great book not only because it's fun, but because it deals with the bond between people and their pets so effectively. I highly endorse this book and give it five unequivocal stars.
Uthergo
Not much to it. A few drawings and a couple pages of text
BlackBerry
Cute. Nice art. Moderately entertaining. But the kind of book that once given, is pretty much destined to be enjoyed once - and re-gifted to adults. Bought for my grandkids, but rather than having it shipped directly to them, as I usually do, had it - fortunately - shipped to me first. Conclusion: Not for kids unless you're up to explaining a "Menage a Trois" caption on the otherwise benign visual content. Absent the "menage, rating would have been higher.
Burisi
Anyone who is a dog lover would appreciate this book. I came across this book staying at the paw house inn in Vermont. I gave this book to a friend as a gift, I knew she would love the book because she is a dog lover herself. The art work in the book are from the author himself who designed and carved each print which gives book a quality that you might see in other books.
Ballazan
It's a very sweet book about the dogs. I love the pictures, they truly show you the special bond between dogs and humans. S.Huneck work is fun, it's genuine and it's true . It's a book for older children and adults.
betelgeuze
Grand kids loved it..
Mr.Savik
I thought the book "MY DOG'S BRAIN" was great fun when it first came out. It was a favorite gift for me to give my dog loving friends so I was glad to see that the book is back in print. I just received the new version with 8 new pages. I have to say "Menage a Trois" is now my favorite page replacing "Greetings" as funniest. It is so funny because it's true. Every dog owner will recognize themselves. While often hilarious, not all the pages are for laughs, some are quite touching like "They know when you need love." Colorful artwork and simple text get to the heart or should I say brain of a dog.
I know this book for a while, first I saw it in the waiting room in my Vet's office. I ifell in love with it and bought it for me at first and this copy for my friend, who is also a dog lover.