Furry Tales By Leia: Princess And The Pee

By Daniel Boey ()

Sasha is a shy, sweet, dainty little dog with the most beautiful set of eyes who was afraid of everything. She was scared of loud noises and stuffed toys. She was even afraid of the soft comfy bed that her humans bought her. She also had a strange habit. She would pee everywhere — in the kitchen, in the bedroom, on the balcony, in the study. She even peed on her bed. Nobody knew why. This is the tale of an ex-breeding dog, who had never experienced life in a home, who did not know what a bed, a toilet or a dining area was and how she was schooled by the princess Leia (herself an ex-breeding rescue) into the fairest lady who became the belle of the ball. A book in the Furry Tales by Leia series.
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About Author

Daniel Boey

The Author and Illustrator Daniel Boey is a creative director, fashion show producer, television personality and author who is affectionately known as the Godfather of Singapore Fashion. Daniel is also fiercely passionate about rescue dogs and #AdoptNotShop. He has appeared on three seasons of Asia’s Next Top Model and written three books, including We Adopted: A Collection of Dog Rescue Tales. He is proudest of being papa to Leia and godfather to a host of rescue dogs. Dog-loving twin sisters Santhi and Sari Tunas are the founders and creative geniuses behind Singapore boutique label Binary Style, best known for their bright, graphic and colourful prints that celebrate Singapore. As trained architects with a keen eye for design, the sisters creatively distil key elements of Singapore’s architecture, weaving it with local patterns, shapes and colours to tell a tale on their iconic scarves, accessories and clothing. Growing up in a house full of dogs, the sisters truly believe a home is where a dog runs to greet you.

Product Details
Number of Pages : 48
Publisher : Marshall Cavendish International (Asia)
Weight : 400.00g
Sku : 9789814893701
Dimension : 250 x 184 x 5(mm)