An impassioned defense of tiny lapdogs! –Kirkus Reviews
WHO WOULD LOVE THIS MISERABLE LITTLE LAPDOG?
SURELY NOT A WOMAN WHO HAD HATED SMALL DOGS HER WHOLE LIFE!
Kimberly Davis’ humorous and heartbreaking new memoir, The Call of the Small, is both an unforgettable rescue story and a celebration of how tiny pet dogs win our hearts and change our minds.
And don’t miss Davis’ other dog memoir, Teaching the Dog to Think, about her crash introduction to the sport of dog agility: “[A] spirited and lighthearted foray into agility training . . .. A skilled writer, Davis tells her tale with intimacy . . . a worthy read.”
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“Throughout, Davis’ prose is effortlessly conversational, always anticipating and addressing her readers’ concerns. The author’s insights will surely be appreciated by dog lovers and may even win over some skeptics . . .. An impassioned defense of tiny lapdogs.” –Kirkus Reviews