Otis: Memoir of a Privileged King Charles Spaniel

Author: Babette Williams

ISBN 1-58939-862-9 (softcover)

60 pages


Enjoy the exciting and comical real-life adventures of a smart and adorable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel as he learns to get along in his human family, discovers he loves luxury, and (almost) learns to fly a plane. Author Babette Williams uses droll wit and humor as she gets inside the mind of this unusual and classy dog as he meets various people and animals—some of them scary, at least at first—and learns the ABCs of dog behavior.

The perfect book for read-aloud family fun and laughter! You don’t have to own a dog to learn something new when you explore the human world through the five doggy senses of Otis.


Babette Williams is the author of a memoir, Dancing in High Cotton. Her story “Lucky” was selected as the winner of the Annual Merial Human-Animal Bond Award, and “The Swamp,” an outsider’s look at Gator football, was published in the University of Florida Alumni Maga-zine. She spent 35 years in the horse world as a professional trainer, equitation instructor, owner, breeder and American Horse Shows Association approved judge. She and her husband Aubrey live at Oak Hammock, a retirement community at the University of Florida in Gainesville, where they share their home with their dogs, Buttons, a 2-year-old Boston Terrier, and Champ, a 10-year-old Belgian Malinois.

Category: Fiction, Juvenile

Type: books

Vendor: Babette Williams

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