Cats, Dogs, and Lessons in Getting Along
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|Format:||Hardback, 64 pages|
|Other Information: ||45 black-&-white illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 24 April 2009|
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Relationships aren't always easy. But if cats and dogs can do it, so can the rest of us. In "Frenemies", the next installment by creative partners Kim Levin and Christine Montaquila, we get an inside look at how our furry domestic friends manage to coexist under the same roof and live happily ever after. Levin's signature black-and-white photography combined with Montaquila's spot-on commentary will make a great gift for just about anyone you love to hate. Pitted against each other since the beginning of time, cats and dogs have the ultimate love-hate relationship. Their interactions are captured in the amusing pictures and accompanying texts all of which illustrate the tumultuous and funny relationship between dogs and cats that of course can be applied to human friendships also. With the successful track record for the "Cattitude" series, "Frenemies" will be a popular addition to our pet photography series.
About the Author
Christine Montaquila works in advertising as a creative director. She lives in Chicago with her husband Brad, sons Luca and Leo, daughter Francesca and gray tiger cat Maddie. Kim Levin is a photographer who specializes in pet portraiture. Her company, Bark & Smile Pet Portraits, combines her passion for photography and her love of animals. Kim has published fourteen books. Kim lives in Little Silver, New Jersey, with her husband John, her son Ian, her daughter Rachael and Charlie, their adopted border collie/greyhound mix. Visit Kim's photography at www.barkandsmile.com.
|Publisher: ||Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc|
|Dimensions: ||15.14 x 21.89 x 1.3 centimeters (0.30 kg)|