They say sometimes a picture is worth a thousands words. A single picture can tell an entire story. It can inspire, frighten, and even enlighten. Goes straight to your heart. Like this gorgeous collection of b&w portraits illustrating the magical relationship between dogs and their owners.
This little ball of fuzz (and ears) is Riker, my German Sheperd. It’s cliche I know, but I deeply adore her.
It’s estimated that 78 million dogs are owned in the United States today. Approximately 44% of all households have a dog*.
It’s easy to say why so many of us love dogs; one for all, dogs love you unconditionally. They wait at the door when they know you’re coming home, and they are always deliriously ecstatic to see you. They love you. No matter what.
Today I’m extremely happy to host the Book Blog Tour for Tails of Friendship, photographed by Sally Grace.
A collection of beautiful black and white portraits illustrating the loving relationship between dogs and their owners. Each photograph is accompanied by a famous quote or by a quote from the dogs themselves.
If there’ll ever be a book that make you cry, smile and laugh out loud all at the same time, that would be Tails of Friendship.
They say sometimes a picture is worth a thousands words..well, these pictures tell an entire story of friendship, kindness and true love that will completely melt your heart! Tails of Friendship by Sally Grace makes the perfect Christmas gift for the animal lover on your list!
A lil’ Sneek Peek
About the Author
Sally Grace is a professional photographer of over twenty years specializing in portraits of children and pets and a mom to five children. She works out of her studio in Surrey.
In her youth, she was a prolific tennis player, winning a number of tournaments as a junior player and competing for the national team of Great Britain. This is her first collection of photographs.
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Available on Amazon.com: Hardcover
Available on Amazon.uk: Hardcover
Available on Barnes&Noble: Hardcover
*Source: American Pet Products Association 2015-2016 (APPA)