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Betty and Rita

La Dolce Vita

Photographs by Michael Malyszko,Texts by Judith Hughes

8 x 6 in; 84 pp;
Hardcover
July 2001
ISBN 9780811831987
ISBN10 0811831981

SKU# 9780811831987

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Following in the paw prints of the successful Betty and Rita Go to Paris comes Betty and Rita: La Dolce Vita--a Roman holiday with those two endearing labs who love to roam. Forty duotone photographs capture their experience with wit and whimsy, each acco...
Betty and Rita


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Betty and Rita

Following in the paw prints of the successful Betty and Rita Go to Paris comes Betty and Rita: La Dolce Vita--a Roman holiday with those two endearing labs who love to roam. Forty duotone photographs capture their experience with wit and whimsy, each accompanied by humorous and engaging rhymed verse written in time with Dante's Inferno. Although savvy travelers, Rita and Betty inadvertently separate while enjoying the sweet life, taking individual escapades through the picturesque Italian streets. From il Gianicolo to il Pantheon to the Piazza Navona, Betty and Rita search high and low for each other, stopping occasionally for sustenance (really, what would a trip to Italy be without a slice of pizza and a scoop of gelato?). Exploring the city both together and solo, these adventuresome pups capture all the excitement and romance of Rome on their second European vacation.

 

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8 x 6 in; 84 pp;
Hardcover
July 2001
ISBN 9780811831987
ISBN10 0811831981

Michael Malyszko has been a photographer ever since deciding in college that his fellow pre-med students didn’t know how to have fun. His photographs have been published in 40 countries and are included in the permanent collection of the International Center for Photography in New York.

Judith Hughes spends her spare time writing nonrhyming poetry and plotting the family’s next year abroad. She lives in Boston with Michael, their daughter, and, of course, Betty and Rita, whose passports and suitcases are always at the ready.