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Dog Bless America

Tails from the Road

By Jeff Selis

9 x 6.5 in; 96 pp;
94 color photos
Hardcover
May 2001
ISBN 9780811828307
ISBN10 0811828301

SKU# 9780811828307

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When Jeff Selis set off to explore this vast country of ours, he brought along his best friend Seamus, his loyal dog Otis, and his trusty 1965 Polaroid Land Camera. Dog Bless America is the result of this three-month-long--and very canine-friendly--sojour...
Dog Bless America


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Dog Bless America

When Jeff Selis set off to explore this vast country of ours, he brought along his best friend Seamus, his loyal dog Otis, and his trusty 1965 Polaroid Land Camera. Dog Bless America is the result of this three-month-long--and very canine-friendly--sojourn. From a dachshund named Grover Cleveland posed in front of Mt. Rushmore to Rock and Roll, a pair of black labs in Memphis, Tennessee, Dog Bless America captures America's finest in all of their tail-wagging, tongue-flapping, wet-nosed splendor. In addition to meeting the local hot dogs in each of the fifty states, Jeff, Seamus, and Otis encountered calamities, epiphanies, and even the occasional out-and-out serendipitous moment (who knew St. Louis's annual "Woofstock" would be held on the same weekend that Jeff, Seamus, and Otis just happened to be in town?!). So if the garbage can hasn't been tipped over in a while, and the doggy door just isn't swinging like it used to, try reading Rover a page or two from Dog Bless America. It's guaranteed to make him proud to be a dog--and an American one at that!

 

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9 x 6.5 in; 96 pp;
94 color photos
Hardcover
May 2001
ISBN 9780811828307
ISBN10 0811828301
Jeff Selis lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife Alice and their three children -- two of whom are dogs. When Jeff isn't out producing televison commercials for clients such as Nike and ESPN, he can probably be found with a camera in his hands and a dog in his viewfinder.