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  • Jeana Wallin-Nunley

    The Long and Short of it All: A Dachshund Dog News Magazine

  • Patricia Hall

    E. B. White - with his dog. Author of 'Charlottes Web' and 'Stuart Little'.

  • Jeannie

    Elwyn Brooks White (1899 – 1985)usually known as E. B. White, was an American writer. He was a contributor to The New Yorker magazine and a co-author of the English language style guide, The Elements of Style, which is commonly known as "Strunk & White." He also wrote books for children, including Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little.

  • Kari Galloway

    "Being the owner of Dachshunds, to me a book on dog discipline becomes a volume of inspired humor. Every sentence is a riot. Some day, if I ever get a chance, I shall write a book, or warning, on the character and temperament of the Dachshund and why he cant be trained and shouldnt be. I would rather train a striped zebra to balance an Indian club than induce a Dachshund to heed my slightest command." ~E.B. White Oh so true.


    EB White, co-author of Elements of Style, commonly known as Strunk & White. Also author of Charlotte's Web, Stuart Little, and a contributor to The New Yorker magazine. Born July 11, 1899 with the sun in Cancer and the moon in plain, analytical, detail-oriented Virgo.

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