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Summary

In Letters of Note: Dogs, Shaun Usher brings together a delightful collection of correspondence about our canine friends, featuring affectionate accounts of pups’ playful misdemeanours, heartfelt tributes to loyal fidos and shared tales of remarkable hounds.

Includes letters by: Clara Bow, Bob Hope, Charles Lamb, Sue Perkins, Marcel Proust, Gertrude Stein, E.B. White 

©2021 Shaun Usher (P)2021 Canongate Books Ltd

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Some great letters

Some very fun and some sad letters. I have listened to some of them several times.
Love the bulldog one from Royal Dahl!

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Letters Of Notes: Dogs

I love this Audible book. As a precious owner of a pug that has succumbed to breathing complications, I know how it feels like to love a little creature who loves you back with their pure innocence.
So funny and so moving at the same time. My favourite ones are Roald Dahl’s and Sue Perkins letters.