Jacqueline Susann Ë 4 Free read
Pearances sidewalk encounters with Garbo and doggy bags from Sardi’s even Susann’s dog hating husband submits to her canine charms Fans of Jacueline Susann kitsch lovers and pet pamperers alike will be helpless to resist this laugh out loud classic. I loved this book The author truly loved this little dog she writes about Being a dog lover myself I thoroughly enjoyed her tales of how tiny little Josephine won over the hearts of everyone she met
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S After exploring the crazy world of pedigree dogs Susann finally acuires a magnificent poodle Josephine The pampered poodle soon secures the dominant role in this budding relationship and as our hirsute heroine dances through a ballet of network TV ap. Full Review review I loved this story It s so charming and as a poodle ownerlover all of Josephine s personality reminded me so much of my own poodle The writing is great and easy to read I thought the interactions with Jacueline and her husband Irving were also really adorable Highly recommended to any animal lover
Summary Every Night, Josephine!
Every Night Josephine originally published in 1963 may not have nearly as much pill popping and sex as Valley of the Dolls the book that made its author a sensation But it is definitely Jacueline Susann all the way witty and full of dead on observation. This book will forever be etched in my brainMy mom gave me this book when I was in 2nd grade I have very vivid memories of the book and probably remember it as being much better than it actually is because it caused a big controversy I went to grades 1 7 at Anshe Emet here in Chicago which is a Jewish parochial school I always brought my books in to school so I could read them during my free time or on the bus but when my teacher saw this book she accused me of reading smut loudly and in front of my entire class I tried to tell her that the book was about Jacueline Susann s poodle but she was having none of that and dragged me to the principleThe principle took it even worse than my teacher so they called my mother and reuested that she come to pick me up During the entire time I kept trying to tell them to look at the book for themselves to see wha