Pug Pals: Yay for Vacay! By Ahn, Flora Children’s Mystery/Picture Story Book Scholastic Press Hardcover (No Dust Jacket) $9.99 (USD) January 2019 If you’re too shallow to appreciate Pugs, stop reading right now. That said, Flora Ahn has done it again. Yes, another classic. Her first Pug-themed children’s book, Pug Pals: Two’s a Crowd (2018), introduced us to Sunny and Rosy, two dogs with human traits who bonded under conditions that didn’t look too promising at first. The second book in the series, Pug Pals: Yay for Vacay! is an equally uplifting continuation of the odd relationship between two dear friends … Continue reading Pug Pals: Yay for Vacay! by Flora Ahn (Review)
Two’s a Crowd Written and illustrated by Flora Ahn Scholastic Press $9.99 (USD) Hardcover (No Dust Jacket) © 2018 Pugs are wonderful dogs. However, most have attitudes. They’re stubborn, and when they don’t get what they want they sulk. Flora Ahn knows this. If my dear Puggie acquaintances were able to cross their arms, they would resemble one of the drawings inside the front cover of this book. Two’s a Crowd is the first and so far only book in this new series, and I plan on reading all of them eventually. Care should be used to avoid giving away too … Continue reading Two’s a Crowd (Book #1 in Pug Pals Series) Review
MY DREAM IS TO SOLVE MYSTERIES AND FIGHT CRIME WITH A PUG NAMED PEBBLES AT MY SIDE. — YOUR FRIEND, HELEN Continue reading Isn’t This What Everyone Wants?
If you haven’t been following Doug the Pug on social media, I can recommend the experience. Here’s a screenshot of one of Doug’s Twitter posts. HE SPEAKS FOR US. Continue reading Celebrity Pug!
This virus is hanging on, so I’ll take another shortcut and share someone else’s Pug puppy video from YouTube. Continue reading Still Resting
I want to post every day, but it isn’t easy. There are some urgent-sounding news stories, but not enough information is available to relay them well or comment on them. Bloggers (and readers who comment on news site threads) must always be cognizant of the fact that we shouldn’t move too fast. So, here’s another GIF. Hope you like Pugs and fun. http://gph.is/1pXteKS Oh, alright. Here’s one more. http://gph.is/1qTYbUI Continue reading Again, No New Ideas For The Blog
Please accept my apology for the fact that I can’t think of anything new for today’s blog post. All is not lost, though. Someone else’s Pug video can step up to the plate and entertain viewers better than any of my text posts. Running time is only a few seconds, but be careful if you’re at work. There’s sound, and it may call attention from your supervisor that you don’t want — especially if you’ve already been reprimanded for farting around on company time. Continue reading No Original Ideas: Day 2
I don’t have it in me to write a serious essay today, so I’ll fall back on someone else’s YouTube post as a safety net, so to speak. Watch with sound, if possible. Continue reading Four And A Half Minutes Of Pug Charm
Yesterday, a touching cartoon drawing tribute to Prince was shared on this blog site. Here’s one more. We don’t hear from Puddin’ too often these days, but he’s ready to step up to the plate when there’s something important to say. http://puddindont.com has more Pug-themed comic panels, including Puddin’s tribute to David Bowie. Puddin’ is drawn by Jake Barlow. http://puddindont.com/post/143203002786/puddin-dont-shred-like-prince-but-he-tries-hard Continue reading Puddin’ And Prince