Someone To Look Up To

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A dog's memoir of life in the south of France as he tries to train his humans with kindness.
'By the time I'd finished this book, I WAS a dog!' Nora, Yorkshire reader
'A must for all dog lovers'.' Mark Fine, the Zebra Affaire More

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About Jean Gill

I love hearing from readers so feel free to mail me at jean.gill@wanadoo.fr with comments or questions. You'll find a mix of my work, along with fun trivia about books, at www.jeangill.com If you read one of my books, I'd really appreciate you taking the time to leave a review - thank you.

I'm a Welsh writer and photographer living in the south of France with a very big white dog, a Nikon D700 and a man. I taught English in Wales for many years and my claim to fame is that I was the first woman to be a secondary headteacher in Carmarthenshire. I'm mother or stepmother to five children so life has been pretty hectic.

I've published all kinds of books, both with conventional publishers and self-published. You'll find everything under my name from prize-winning poetry and novels, military history, translated books on dog training, to a cookery book on goat cheese. My work with top dog-trainer Michel Hasbrouck has taken me deep into the world of dogs with problems, and inspired one of my novels. With Scottish parents, an English birthplace and French residence, I can usually support the winning team on most sporting occasions.

My photo portfolio is at www.istockphoto.com/jeangill and I blog at www.jeangill.blogspot.com I sometimes accept guest bloggers so get in touch.

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Review by: churra on Jan. 21, 2015 :
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

What a wonderful book.

I found it very interesting to be reading from a dogs point of view. It opened my eyes to some of things that dogs do and why. Also what it must be like for them to be cast out. The confusion, but still hoping their family will come to get them.

I would recommend this book to everyone, not just dog people. (I am a cat person myself)
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)

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