Saturday, July 21, 2007
Persephone and Buster's Summer Reading List
Hey, Mom's gone to a wedding, and we've been left all alone with our books!
We can read what we want!
So we thought we'd share a list of our favorite books--the ones Mom wouldn't want you to know we're reading!
Some of this is really post-modern, arcane literature. If you can't follow the thread, try to be patient.
Persephone, of course, prefers to read stuff that's, well, hard to describe.
Buster's tastes are a little more practical.
Sephie has begun studying the implications of Godel's Theorem on terrier (and human) consciousness. She's fascinated by non-recursive looping in dynamic neural systems. She also likes to chew ice cubes while reading.
Buster's something of a history buff. Churchill claimed he was followed by the "black dog of depression" throughout World War II. Buster thinks it was a Kerry Blue Terrier.
And now--Persphone and Buster's REAL favorites!
1. THE SAILOR DOG -by Margaret Wise Brown
2. MISTER DOG -by Margaret Wise Brown
3. THE OTHER END OF THE LEASH -by Patricia McConnell
4. ON TALKING TERMS WITH DOGS: CALMING SIGNALS -by Turid Rugaas
5. THE CAUTIOUS CANINE -by Patricia McConnell
Hey, guess what Putter gave us?
This Super-Cool "Rockin' Dog Blogger" Award!