The ‘Dog’ Is In The House

dog.jpgRemember how I told you — more than once, in fact — that Kevin Kling’s book, The Dog Says How, would be available in early to mid October? Turns out (sit down before you read the rest of this sentence) I was wrong. Shocking, but true. Next thing you know aliens will be discovered in the checkout line at Home Depot and a new study will reveal that ballpark franks are good for the pancreas. In my defense, the book was released weeks ahead of schedule.

The reason this matters is that Kling will be at Sevy Great Hall on the Carleton College campus at 7 p.m., Nov. 7, as part of the Northfield Reads! communitywide book club.

In his first book, Kling, best known for his popular commentaries on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” and his storytelling stage shows like “Tales from the Charred Underbelly of the Yule Log,” delivers a “collection of hilarious, often tender, autobiographical stories.”

By the way, “The Dog Says How” is on sale for 20 percent off at River City Books through the event.

Now that you have more than a month to read this slim volume if you don’t make time to participate, well, that would be just all wrong.

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