Woof! Humphrey here, Harriet is such a pip. She can get herself into some wild predicaments, well, wild from a human point of view anyway. Dog's have different issues. You haven’t lived until you’ve found yourself stuck between a Great Dane and the best fire hydrant in the neighborhood. That’s right, the Dane, named Brusier Von I’mReallyHuge, won. But only that one time. After that I learned to steer clear, or get Harriet to steer clear of any dog over two feet tall, which is most dogs around here. Except for Pablo, that little squirt of a pooch called a Chihuahua, I mean really, that’s a dog? Now I don’t want to offend anyone out there, it’s just my opinion. And please, I am a dog after all. Woof! But here’s the thing, that truly talented author named Joyce has written this really great book about Harriet’s adventures and mine also. I am in the book and had my own adventure. I rode in an airplane, in the belly of one of those sardine cans that fly. Eww, the memories make me shudder. Mostly I worried that my bladder would explode somewhere over St. Louis. I cannot pee in a crate! But that’s a subject for another post. And this is why I am saying Harriet is a pip. She refuses to toot her own horn. Now I am not advocating pride as a good thing, but sometimes you just have to stand up and pat yourself on the back and in this case it’s not really Harriet’s back that needs patting, it’s Joyce’s. Have I told you how much I love that woman. She is so free with the donuts. But I digress, which is the norm for dogs, we have DADD, that’s right, DOGGIE ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER. So perhaps I should just get to the point. Joyce’s book, Harriet Beamer Takes the Bus is receiving rave reviews. Yes, that’s right I said RAVE. Strange, when people rave they are usually insane but when a reviewer raves, it’s a good thing. Anyhoo, the most recent RAVE was in Publisher’s Weekly. I am so tickled since, well, I am a star in the book, okay, one of the stars but still, a star. You can read it right here.They say, among other things, it's a "great read".
Well I better scooch, I hear Harriet coming and she gets upset when she catches me using her laptop.