In It's Okay to Miss the Bed on the First Jump, a charming and hilarious book about the enduring wisdom of dogs, John O'Hurley brings his love for dogs to listeners, exploring with his characteristic wit and warmth personal yet universal lessons learned from a life lived with canine companions.
"You'll wish it would keep going"
Before Your Dog Can Eat Your Homework is written as a series of letters from O'Hurley's wise old Maltese, Scoshi, to his new baby son, William. In each letter, Scoshi shares observations on what it takes to be a man. O'Hurley then responds, including humorous remarks on what Scoshi meant to say, and offers more tales to illustrate each point.
"A gift of love and laughter"
[Contains explicit content]
Once upon a time, men had purpose. They were the bacon-winners. They brought home the bread. Their jobs were important and meaningful. But the times, they are a changing. For tonight's edition of Bedtime Stories for Cynics, John O'Hurley teaches the youth about all the important "jobs" that daddies do in these modern times.