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Seven to One: My Life Measured in Dog Years (Hard back)

5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

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A Joyful Memoir for Adult Readers

Yes, this book is a departure from my usual stories for kids.  I am using the lives of my favorite dogs to mark the passing phases of my life.  The problem is my grandfather because the story begins with his dog, Skipper.  Grandpa swore.  Poor Skipper did not recognize his name without a string of cuss words before and after it. The more Grandpa swore at him, the harder he wagged his tail!  My publisher Sherri Rowe told me she laughed out loud when she read about me and my dogone family.

3 reviews for Seven to One: My Life Measured in Dog Years (Hard back)

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Loved these stories – entertaining and hilarious! Jerilynn has an unparalleled voice and terrific way with words. My mom and I enjoyed each story. Wonderful characterization and imagery of places in Kansas and beyond. Great for dog lovers, but there is so much more to the stories, too. Anyone would love this book!

  2. 5 out of 5

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    5.0 out of 5 stars PET PERFECT, December 23, 2015
    By Toni Kurasch
    This review is from: Seven to One: My Life Measured in Dog Years (Hardcover)
    My favorite book to return to over and over again. A potpourri of personal images which relate to ones own life … filled with laugh out loud stories and poignant moments. Jerilynn has painted this charming read with photos and endearing memories … filled with keepsakes to take home, pets to treasure …to share with family and friends.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    Barbara Kepka Lyons‎

    I just finished Seven To One My Life in Dog Years and it’s been a long time since I read a more entertaining and charming book. I’m still smiling thinking about it. This memoir begins with Jerilynn’s earliest years and travels throughout her life to the present describing hilarious incidents and heartwarming relationships with her dogs. I am not a dog person. I had one dog growing up and our relationship was never particularly close. After reading this book I realize I missed something special. This is a must read and I will return to this story in the future whenever I need a lift. If you love dogs and a little orneriness, pick this book up soon and immerse yourself in this joyful read.

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