Enslaved by Ducks

Enslaved by Ducks

Bob Tarte

The publication that Entertainment Weekly referred to as "hilarious," Publishers Weekly declared "a real pleasure," Booklist referred to as "heartwarming," and the Dallas Morning News praised as "rich and humorous" is now to be had in paperback.

When Bob Tarte obtained a home in rural Michigan, he was once relying on a tranquil haven. Then Bob married Linda. She sought after a rabbit, which appeared risk free sufficient till the bunny chewed via their electric wiring. And that used to be just the start. ahead of lengthy, Bob discovered himself developing cages, paying for feed, clearing duck waste, and spoon-feeding a menagerie of bushy and feathery citizens. His lifetime of quiet serenity vanished, and he unwittingly turned a servant to a relentlessly not easy family members. "They dumbfounded him, managed and teased him, took their proportion of his flesh, stole his center" (Kirkus Reviews).

Whether commiserating with Bob over the destiny of these who're slaves to their animals or relating to his tale as a cautionary story in regards to the rigors of animal possession, readers on each side of the fence have came across Tarte's tale of his chaotic squawking family irresistible--and irresistibly funny.

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