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Dogs and Other Critters Poetic Expressions

Poetry unleashing creative communication of life lessons through dogs and other critters

Culver City, California – WEBWIRE

Relating with various animalstame or wild, fierce or mild, big or small, short or tall—makes for a delightful, hilarious poetry reading of “Going to the Dogs and Other Critters,” written for children and parents.
Dr. Janet Hoult takes readers on an exploration of animal wisdom and wonder, triggering memories and a special yearning for animals, great or small. Her book is deeply heartwarming, in the same vein as the Readers’ Favorite Awardee, “Where Did the Sun Go? Myths and Legends of Solar Eclipse around the World” (2013), and “Body Parts: A Collection of Poems about Aging—Humorous Poems Written from Life Experiences” (2010).
Mentored by life, she finds poetry over prose as a better avenue for expression in coping with loss and sourcing support for a cause. “Going to the Dogs and Other Critters” brings lovers of animals and poetry together.
Going to the Dogs and Other Critters
Written by Janet Cameron Hoult and illustrated by Mick Beyer
Kindle | $9.99
Paperback | $12.95
Book copies are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.


About the Author
Dr. Janet Hoult is a Professor Emerita at California State University, Los Angeles and Culver City’s Honorary Artist Laureate for Poetry. Dr. Hoult currently instructs a poetry class at Culver City’s Senior Center. Proceeds from the sale of her book will go to the Culver City Dog Park: “The Boneyard.”
More information about the author and her work is available at



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 Dogs and Other Critters
 Poetic Expressions
 Dr. Janet Hoult
 children’s book
 animal poetry

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