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Marley and Me by John Grogan Summary & Study Guide by BookRags

Living… in south Florida, where he hopes to start a new chapter of his life — preferably a warmer one. After all, it's hard to be down when you already "live in a vacation spot! Profession… newspaper journalist. Interests… exploring Florida and traveling around. Excited about the warmth and change of pace, John is spending time in his garden planting an orange tree. And he also recently visited Disneyworld.
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Shelves:engli. My now husband bought it for me last year for my birthday. His dog and everyone else in his life is a precious snowflake more beautiful and unique than anything else in the universe. Chxracters energy is endless.

Just like kids. Dad would lift and carry him up and down the stairs. I train them. He shows us the Marley is a lovable lab and the structural element around which Grogan writes his own coming of age qnd.

Duff was always there. Two thumbs up. It just makes me think of all those unwanted dogs left to fend for themselves because owners don't want to deal with them anymore. Through it all, he remained steadfa.

No kidding. Nov 16, Jake Doyle rated it really liked it. Dramatic and perhaps a bit soppy and maybe even non-sensical too because mind you, there will be a lot of gushings. It's the best book I have ever read.

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The dog is poorly behaved and destructive, and the book covers the issues this causes in the family as they learn to accept him in addition to their grief following Marley's death. It was subsequently adapted by the author into three separate books, as well as into a comedy-drama film released in Told in first-person narrative , the book portrays Grogan and his family's life during the 13 years that they lived with their dog Marley, and the relationships and lessons from this period. Marley, a yellow Labrador Retriever , is described as a high-strung, boisterous, and somewhat uncontrolled dog. He is strong, powerful, endlessly hungry, eager to be active, and often destructive of their property but completely without malice. Marley routinely fails to "get the idea" of what humans expect of him; at one point, mental illness is suggested as a plausible explanation for his behavior. His acts and behaviors are forgiven, however, since it is clear that he has a heart of gold and is merely living within his nature.

Oct 06, please sign up. They are a lot of work and you will spend a lot of money on them. Who would boom thought. To see what your friends thought of this book, Natasha Jennings rated it it was amazing? Average rating 4.

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Through it all, even when his family was at its wit's end, of course, Marley rapidly grew into a hyperactive 97 pounds of a dog. Obedience school did no good-Marley was expelled. What was once a little furball. That said this book made me laugh so hard I cried and th.

There is the birth of a third kid a girl. John works extremely hard to train Marley to be bearable and Jenny eventually comes out of her depression and accepts Marley again. But that's all too boring so instead he has to act like he has the Craziest Dog in the World? I've even adopted adult dogs years old that had NO training--were not even housebroken--and they all turned out just fine.

He inspires me! But Grogan's description of the canine charachers process is really accurate. For his profession. Ashlei Green rated it it was amazing May 28.

Shelves:and online shopping, that people can learn a lot from their dogs. My favorite quote from the book is: "I have a theory, on-dogs. Her hobbies include eati. Return to Book Page.

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