Dreaming in Libro: How a Good Dog Tamed a Bad Woman

BREAKING NEWS!!!!! THE BOXER LOVERS' BOOK CLUB HAS CHOSEN DREAMING IN LIBRO FOR ITS FIRST READING/​DISCUSSION. WOOF!


WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT THE BOOK


"Bark If You Love Me was a smart, witty, and observant portrait of a hard-boiled city woman and her soft-boiled city dog. Dreaming in Libro delivers more of the same, but we also start to see the soft-boiled side of Ms. Bernikow. Some people still believe that a woman without a man (or child) is lacking somehow, that her life is incomplete. But those of us with dogs know this is not true. Life with a dog is complete, because the dog makes it so. Bernikow know this, Bernikow lived this. More people might understand if they read such books."
Lee Harrington, BARK

"Should appeal to a similar readership (as MARLEY AND ME)–the millions who love dogs and share their homes with them.” LIBRARY JOURNAL

"Finally he helped the author and other shell-shocked survivors of 9/​11 by becoming a therapy dog. Will touch the heart.” BOOKLIST

AND.... SOME WELCOME NOTES FROM READERS:

"... how much I enjoyed reading about such a wonderful soul. I have always felt that my animals were put here in different stages of my life to help me with whatever was happening at the time. Your story resonated with me... thanks for your wonderful book."
R.C.

"What pleasure your two books brought me. I want to thank you and encourage you to find another one..... we are 77 and 78, so if we can handle her, you can too."
J.W.

"I bought your book to take on my anniversary vacation. It made me want to leavy early and go home to be with my dogs. Thanks for such a great read."
L.H.

"Awesome. I hope it touches non-dog people everywhere and they see the need to step up...."
A.W.

"When I visit friends in NYC, I keep thinking I would recognize you and see you with another boxer in the park."
J.L.

"I am an avid reader and these are two of the best books that I have ever read."
S.C.

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