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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons
  • Language:English
  • Pages:70
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350928914

Dog Named Blue

Song and Coloring Book A Scatological Opera with 30 Movements

by Ray Crough

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Explore the hilarious world of "Dog Named Blue," a whimsical song and coloring book that adds a playful twist to toilet humor. With 30 entertaining verses centered around a creative yet slightly mischievous theme. This book is suitable for both adults and children. It's a lighthearted anthem for a post-pandemic world in need of laughter!
"Dog Named Blue" is a Song and Coloring Book that promises either uproarious laughter or mild astonishment. With a creative but slightly naughty theme, it features a catchy song with 30 verses that take you on a musical journey through the animal kingdom of scatological rhyming.Offensive terms have been removed to ensure it remains tasteful. The coloring book features simple yet delightful images to color, accompanied by verses that will expand your repertoire of toilet humor. This unique book caters to both adults and children, offering a humorous escape from the challenges of a post-pandemic, post-recession culture.
About the author
Ray Crough, an accomplished writer, resides in Frederick, Maryland, and has called it home for over 40 years. He has a diverse range of interests, including beekeeping, painting, digital art, gardening, bicycling and writing. Ray's creative endeavors span family history, poetry, memoir, essays, and the quirky yet imaginative "Dog Named Blue" song and coloring book. With a background in aerospace, Ray has contributed to the success of 12 spacecraft. He draws inspiration from the stories and wisdom of others, echoing Heraclitus' quote: "One cannot step in the same river twice. In the flow of time, an opportunity lost is lost forever." His message for our time: "Go for it!"