Parochial Pooches: Safe and Sound

Friday, January 5, 2007.

Safe and SoundAuthor: Barbara Nichol
Illustrator: Anja Reichel
Published: 2003 Tundra Books
ISBN: 0887766331

Written in happily indignant rhyme and brought to life by anxiety-filled oil paintings, this is not your typical adventure tale. Whether you view it as a hosanna to home, a tribute to the timid, or a satirical celebration of the inability to accept diversity, I believe these two small dogs will make you think.

We’d love to hear your view…


Comment by Vivian of CLIP Podcast

January 11, 2007 @ 9:31 pm

I’ve never heard of this book and now I’m itching to get my hands on a copy!

Happy New Year!!!

I’m slowly getting caught up with my JOMB listening…woo hoo.


Comment by Just One More Book!!

January 11, 2007 @ 10:22 pm

WooHoo! Vivian’s back!

Great to hear from you. I’ll be very curious to hear your opinion of this contraversial book, if you do get your hands on a copy…


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