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The Dog Chapel: Welcome All Creeds, All Breeds. No Dogmas Allowed

Dog Chapel Welcome All Creeds

Written by Stephen Huneck and it was published by Harry N. Abrams. The child's book went on sale sometime in November of 2002. The book has 80 pages and it consists of a great many magnificently colored illustrations. The book furthermore stresses Dogs and Dogs in art. To see the low price I discovered, click on our partners via the add to shopping cart button.

Harry N. Abrams

ISBN: 0810934884
Author: Stephen Huneck

With The Dog Chapel, Stephen Huneck, author and artist of Abrams' beloved children's books about Sally, the black Lab, presents a warm and heartfelt providing to adult dog lovers everywhere. Johnsbury, Vermont. Magical and transforming, Huneck's book, like the chapel itself, is testimonial to the love, humor, loyalty, and solace dogs bring to our lives every day. In joyful celebration from the bond between humans and their canine companions, The Dog Chapel gives readers a touching introduction to Huneck, his renowned woodcuts and sculpture, and his greatest artistic achievement: the chapel he built for dogs in St.

Featured in The New York Times and USA Today, on Oprah and the Today show, the Dog Chapel draws visitors, with their dogs, from all over the planet. It also consists of a pull-out frame that could be sent towards the chapel-along using a photo of a beloved dog-where it will take an honored place on the"Remembrance Wall. The Dog Chapel consists of a preface by Huneck, many color photographs of the chapel, and more than 30 woodcuts."


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