An outrageously funny assortment from the Aspirin Dog (a Moon Bayer) and the Schlep-penwulf, who can be found mooching groceries outside your friendly neighborhood supermarket, to that wise old Coach Dog, who trains young hopefuls in the finer arts of doghood.
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Henry Morgan, George Booth.
Find nearly any book by George Booth. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Henry Cabot Lodge, George Booth. ISBN 9781167146763 (978-1-167-14676-3) Hardcover, Kessinger Publishing, LLC, 2010.
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George Booth (died 1700) was an English pirate who was one of the earliest active in the Indian Ocean and the Red Sea. His crew included the prominent captains Nathaniel North, Thomas Howard and Booth's eventual successor, John Bowen.
Booth, George 1926–PersonalBorn June 28, 1926, in Cainsville, MO; son of Earl (a teacher) and Irma (a teacher) Booth; married Dione Babcock; children: Sarah. Education: Attended Chicago Academy of Art, 1948-49, Corcoran School of Art, Adelphi College, and the School of Visual Arts. Source for information on Booth, George 1926–: Something About the Author dictionary. LeSeig, Wacky Wednesday, Beginner Books (New York, NY), 1974. Henry Morgan, Dogs, Houghton Mifflin (Boston, MA), 1976. Henry Morgan, The Uncensored Letters of Loreeta Pernie, Congdon & Weed (New York, NY), 1982.
Henry Booth, 1st Earl of Warrington. Henry Booth, 1st Earl of Warrington (13 January 1652 – 2 January 1694) was a Member of Parliament, Privy Councillor, Protestant protagonist in the Revolution of 1688, Mayor of Chester and author. Booth was a son of George Booth, Baron Delamer and Lady Elizabeth Grey. His maternal grandparents were Henry Grey, 1st Earl of Stamford and Anne Cecil, daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Exeter.
George Booth and Sandra Boynton in Booth’s Crown Heights apartment. Boynton had come into town with the sole purpose of tearing apart the mock-ups. The plan was to go over every illustration and Boothify whatever she’d Boyntonized out of necessity. Before Here, George!, Boynton had only ever collaborated with her husband, who passed away in 2014. She generally prefers to write and illustrate her own books, but made an exception for Booth, whom she calls her only idol.