Sunday, February 16, 2014


Reading is for EVERYONE!
Hello Everybody! Autumn the Puppy here.
Now, depending upon where you live, the weather of late hasn't been all that great. So what do you do while you're cooped up indoors trying to stay warm?

Me? I read a lot.
Yes, dogs read. After all, we're paper trained as puppies. What do you think we do with all that newspaper when we don't need to go to the bathroom?

Anyway, I thought I'd share some of the books I've been reading with you, with my thoughts on them afterward.

The History of Mobile Homes by Winnie Bago
My copy was used to begin with, so there was already a lot of miles on that book.

How to Tell Fortunes by Crystal Ball
I could tell I was wasting my time on this book by the end of Chapter 1!

The History of Armed Heists by Robin Banks
Not every crook wears a suit and tie, or works in politics!

The Successful Lawyers of Suffering by The Firm of Grin and Barrett
Maybe the world is getting too sue happy.

The History of Nuclear Explosives by Adam Baum
I am definitely having second thoughts about getting a microwave oven now.

Guarding the Door by Sergeant Atarms
To the author: from one professional sentry to another, don't quit your day job.

Nobel Prize Cannibals by Laurie Ate
*burp* And you thought Shakespeare was wordy!

The Bestiary of Plant Eaters by Herb Avore
Buffalo, Cows, and Deer, oh my!

"Daddy, Are We There Yet?" By Miles Away
I'm waiting for the sequel: "The Return Trip"

The Beach Bully by Harry Ayp
Sand in your shorts (or fur) is the least of your problems when he's around.

Well, there's plenty more on my bookshelves and in my e-reader to peruse, but that's all the space I have to share with you this weekend. Perhaps we'll get back to this theme another time.
Meanwhile, have a great week and please be back here next weekend for more Sunday Funnies!-AtP

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