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The Ugly Pugling by Nancy Levine

The Ugly Pugling

by Nancy Levine

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0670063223, Hardcover)

A Wilson the Pug love story . . . with a twist

Wilson the Pug, everyone’s favorite canine Taoist, has fallen in love. His soul mate, Hedy, with her wrinkly skin and floppy ears, is a real looker. But what the lovable dog Wilson thinks is a fellow pug is actually a mastiff puppy, and in no time at all the differences between the two dogs become comically obvious. After trying with little success to appear more like a big dog (by lifting weights, practicing his bark, and trying to smooth out his signature pug wrinkles), Wilson is heartbroken. But once again, the wisdom of the Tao sets him straight: “The Master acts on what he feels and not what he sees.” Wilson and Hedy couldn’t look more different, but as we all know, it’s what’s inside that really counts.

The Ugly Pugling is the fourth enchanting book from the stars of The Tao of Pug. It is sure to be another must-have for dog lovers across the country, full of the playful and funny photographs that have won Wilson the Pug so many fans over the years.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:03:02 -0400)

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