Summer Books 2018

There’s no better tonic to the dog days of summer than a good book. So for your reading pleasure, our editors have compiled a list of this year’s favorites. From fiction to non-fiction to memoir, all these books share a common thread—exploring the life-changing effect dogs can have on us.

Canine Confidential: Why Dogs Do What They Do by Marc Bekoff
(University of Chicago Press)

Marc Bekoff is both a renowned ethologist and a lifelong observer of and advocate for non-human animals (as he likes to call everyone but us). In his new book, Canine Confidential, he displays his depth of knowledge and involvement on both those fronts, gathering up the latest research from canine cognitive/behavioral fields (as well as his own) and presenting it to us would-be citizen scientists.


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