About The Human Society

The Human Society>

Dogs are often far more intelligent than we realize, and Paps has taken this to a new level. Thanks to time spent in front of a television he can read many human words, and understands a lot about human technology. This gives him a special perspective in his dealings with humans.

As a show dog Paps is treated well, but there is a gap between him and his human pack. One day he misreads a sign, which suggests a way to bridge this gap. This begins a perilous quest to become human by gaining entry to The Human Society building.

Told mainly from the perspective of dogs, canine intelligence is featured in a journey from dog shows to puppy mills and beyond. As with life, The Human Society is part drama, part humor, and is a revelation about the human-canine relationship.

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Library of Congress Control Number: 2020911837.
ISBN-13 : 978-0978560058
Paperback : 208 pages
Dimensions : 5.5 x 8.5 inches

About the Author

Bill lives in northwestern Pennsylvania with his family and pets. He is an Edinboro University of Pennsylvania alumnus, with a Bachelor's degree in Russian Language and many years of experience as a computer programmer. He is now retired and writes full time, weather permitting.

William Vitanyi Chiba

He has written several books, numerous articles, and also designs Android apps.

In 2008 he won an IPPY award (humor) for The Official Guide to Office Wellness.

Of writing, Bill says organization is important. One day he hopes to attain this, but until then he will either wing it, or outline with a passion.

Probably both.

On writing The Human Society, Bill was inspired while driving past the Humane Society, and by his Chihuahua's uncanny ability to influence human behavior. It was as if they could hear each others' thoughts.

Wait...who said that?

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