By Danielle Steel
NEW YORK instances BESTSELLER
In this relocating memoir, Danielle metal tells the tale of the way she met a puppy the scale of a mouse with a character which can remove darkness from a whole room. From Minnie’s arrival at domestic in San Francisco to clothes-shopping jaunts in Paris, her adventures give you the ideal backdrop for a heartfelt examine the magic that canine carry to our lives, and the way they develop into a part of the kin, making indelible memories.
We meet Steel’s adolescence pug, James; and Elmer, the basset hound who was once steadfastly at her part in her suffering days as a tender author; candy Pea—unveiled in a Tiffany field for a dog-loving husband—and all these fortunate canines who shared a loved ones of 9 childrens, different canine, and one potbellied pig. As she displays at the loved pets who've introduced pleasure, and occasionally chaos, to her domestic over the years, metal additionally stocks her innovations at the trials and tribulations of bringing a brand new puppy right into a loved ones, the demanding situations of burglary and compatibility, the losses we believe forever.
Filled with colourful characters (human and otherwise), pleasant pictures, sensible knowledge drawn from lengthy adventure, and brimming with heat and perception on each web page, Pure Joy is a love letter to this distinct relationship—and the most captivating books but from the incomparable Danielle Steel.
Praise for Pure Joy
“The mega-selling [Danielle metal] stocks chuffed stories of her various canines. . . . metal brings readers into her lifestyles, recounting pleasant moments together with her many canine, the canine her youngsters have owned, and her latest good friend, Minnie, her tiny Chihuahua. . . . evidently informed with honesty and affection, those tales are an confirmation of the undying connection among people and their dogs companions.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Steel doesn’t simply like to write blockbusters; she loves canines. Here’s her valentine to all of the canines she’s raised (looking to be ordinarily of the small sort), with plenty of black-and-white images all through. A heady advertisement combo.”—Library Journal