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Awkward Family Pet Photos

by Mike Bender
Doug Chernack

eBook

The authors of the New York Times bestseller Awkward Family Photos are back with a hilarious tribute to the unbreakable and sometimes uncomfortable bond between people and their pets.
There are few things more rewarding than having a pet. They love us unconditionally, shower us with attention, and because of them, we actually live longer. So, what can possibly be awkward about our animal BFFs? Well . . . nothing. In fact, we're the awkward ones. We adore our pets, but let's face it—sometimes L-O-V-E makes us go a little overboard. Like giving them middle names, throwing them elaborate birthday parties, and making them a Christmas sweater to match with the rest of the family. Truth is, what they cherish most is our companionship. And maybe that's the reason we care about them so much—because for such simple pleasures, they allow us to be as awkward as we want.


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Publisher: Crown/Archetype

Kindle Book

  • Release date: November 1, 2011

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780307888150
  • Release date: November 1, 2011

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9780307888150
  • File size: 151696 KB
  • Release date: November 1, 2011

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Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB eBook

Languages

English

The authors of the New York Times bestseller Awkward Family Photos are back with a hilarious tribute to the unbreakable and sometimes uncomfortable bond between people and their pets.
There are few things more rewarding than having a pet. They love us unconditionally, shower us with attention, and because of them, we actually live longer. So, what can possibly be awkward about our animal BFFs? Well . . . nothing. In fact, we're the awkward ones. We adore our pets, but let's face it—sometimes L-O-V-E makes us go a little overboard. Like giving them middle names, throwing them elaborate birthday parties, and making them a Christmas sweater to match with the rest of the family. Truth is, what they cherish most is our companionship. And maybe that's the reason we care about them so much—because for such simple pleasures, they allow us to be as awkward as we want.


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