You may think you've read these types of
stories before, but they are hard to put down once you've started reading.
And they're a testament to the astonishing bonds we form with the animals
who live with us, perfect or not.
These wonderful stories exemplify the unique
If you aren't an animal lover before reading
this inspirational book, you will be afterwards.
They will make you laugh, make you cry and
overflow your heart with emotion.
Sit! Stay! Read!
... The tales range
from hilarious, from Roberta Beach Jacobson’s “Woman-in-a-Box” ...
... Some of the funniest stuff here plays to
themes that seem embedded in the Euro-tour script, no matter the
particular era or players involved. In a piece called Can You Find the
Beach Jacobson ponders the inevitable challenges posed by distinct
national systems of waste disposal. Her bottom-line advice, written after
getting lost in the depths of a German toilet cubicle: "Don't panic, just
... The first two
chapters give you a pretty good idea of the types of blunders
inexperienced travellers are drawn into. A particularly good example of
this is written by Roberta Beach Jacobson who spent an inordinate amount
of time trying to work out how to flush the toilet in a German toilet
block. She adeptly describes her ignorance of the foreign ablution blocks:
"The crowd out there must be getting annoyed. You can hear their impatient
sighs. What have you been doing in there for so long?" ...
Media Bistro, September 17,
Write to Travel blog, July 12,
How to Survive Your Marriage,by Hundreds of Heads, Yadin Kaufmann, and Lori Kaufmann (Hundreds of Heads
How to Survive a Move,
of Heads, Jamie Allen, and Kazz Regelman (Hundreds of Heads Survival
The Fabjob Guide to Become a Published Writer, by Sheila Seifert (Fabjob Guides, 2004)
Markets Are Waiting for Your Articles and Stories, by Niki Taylor (SelfHelpGuides.com, 2003)
The Book of Aspirations, by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (U.N., 2000)