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by Roy Hattersly,Roy Hattersley


My brother and I were born in the overgrown back garden of a house in Paddington London, sometime during February 1995.

Warner Books, Inc. Hachette Book Group 237 Park Avenue. My brother and I were born in the overgrown back garden of a house in Paddington London, sometime during February 1995. When we were a few days old, our mother was bitten by a rat and the man who owned her tied her to a fence post and left her to die. For nearly a week, she survived on water which was leaking from a hose, and she fed us till she died. Then Diana, the lady who lived next door, rescued us.

June 11, 1996-London He has been to the pet shop again. At first I used to be pleased when he came home with a sack of sawdust balls and a box of biscuits. with him some patent idea for promoting canine happiness. Whilst he congratulates himself on being a caring person, I become a victim of the latest scheme for taking money from gullible dog owners. If I went to the pet shop with him, I might be able to show my disapproval, but I have not been allowed to go since I tried to eat the parrot

Buster, a half-German Shepherd mutt, was adopted by Roy Hattersley in December 1995. He began to dictate his diaries soon after his arrival.

Buster, a half-German Shepherd mutt, was adopted by Roy Hattersley in December 1995. Buster became England's most famous dog in 1996 when he defended himself against a goose in St. James's Park - a goose which, unfortunately, belonged to the Queen. Pursued by the press ever since, he has sought solace in writing. Buster, a half-German Shepherd mutt, was adopted by Roy Hattersley in December 1995.

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The amusing diary is fun as Buster relates his life to Roy Hattersley in an impudent, sassy, but humorous way. Canine lovers and fans of satires like Penguin Island will enjoy the look of life through the eyes of a canine. 15 people found this helpful.

Roy Sydney George Hattersley, Baron Hattersley, PC, FRSL (born 28 December 1932), is a British Labour politician, author and journalist from Sheffield. He was MP for Birmingham Sparkbrook for 33 years from 1964 to 1997

Roy Sydney George Hattersley, Baron Hattersley, PC, FRSL (born 28 December 1932), is a British Labour politician, author and journalist from Sheffield. He was MP for Birmingham Sparkbrook for 33 years from 1964 to 1997. He served as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party from 1983 to 1992. Hattersley was born illegitimately on 28 December 1932 in Sheffield, West Riding of Yorkshire, to Enid Brackenbury and Frederick Hattersley, who married in the 1950s

This is a diary dictated to Roy Hattersley by his dog, Buster. ZanaDi17, April 8, 2008.

This is a diary dictated to Roy Hattersley by his dog, Buster. Bagpuss, January 17, 2016.

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BUSTER'S DIARIES: The True Story of a Dog and His Man is a wonderful ironic look at the relationship between a person and a dog. The amusing diary is fun as Buster relates his life to Roy Hattersley in an impudent, sassy, but humorous way. Canine lovers and fans of satires like Penguin.

A bestseller in Britain, this lively, entertaining "memoir" sets the story straight as it presents the true story of Buster, a half-German Shepherd mutt, who was attacked by a goose in a public park, defended himself, was brought up on charges for his assault on the goose, which was owned by the Queen, and became an instant celebrity. Simultaneous.
Perongafa
One of our most favorite books, we've just ordered a copy for our vet. Buster's musings on human behavior are quite entertaining, my special favorite being his thoughts on poop-scooping. Mr. Hattersley graciously gives all credit for this gem over to Buster, although I'm certain there must have been some help with spelling and grammar. Just try not to fall in love with this adorable mutt and his Man!
ZEr0
This is the funniest book I have ever read. The first time I read it was in summer & my windows were open & I shut them so the neighbors wouldnt think I had gone mad! I live alone & I laughed so hard I had tears streaming down my face. A MUST read for dog lovers!
Damand
Bought this book for my Mom that is a dog lover she really enjoyed the read.
Broadraven
Book wasn't quite what I expected, I thought it was going to be a bit more humorous, but it was still enjoyable to read.
Arlana
This is a very amusing story told from the point of view of a rescue dog named Buster. It is a very entertaining and easy/quick read. As someone who recently adopted a rescue dog, I could relate to a number of the stories in the book.
Deeroman
Book written from dogs point of view. I enjoyed the things that my dog does like rolling over to get her belly rubbed
Alister
The book was in good condition and was received in a good amount of time.
Even before he became England's most famous dog, Buster kept a diary as he moved from home to home with an occasional stop or two at the pound. From his many first paw observations, Buster finds the psychology of humans quite interesting although somewhat confusing, before settling on one particular Man to be his pet.
Skipping the pre-game passages, Buster has become famous (or perhaps infamous) due to one silly goose. Minding his business while strolling in St. James' Park in 1996, Buster was checking out trees and bushes when a goose tried to cook him with a vicious attack. Defending himself, he kills his dastardly foe only to learn the goose had regal protection from Queen Elizabeth II. Buster's trial on the charge of homicide becomes a media circus that leaves the canine shaken by humanity's ability to reinterpret the facts to meet their needs. Instead of simple self-defense, Buster is accused of being a cold-blooded killing half wolf. Buster explains that everyone should know that dogs and wolves are warm-blooded creatures.
BUSTER'S DIARIES: The True Story of a Dog and His Man is a wonderful ironic look at the relationship between a person and a dog. The amusing diary is fun as Buster relates his life to Roy Hattersley in an impudent, sassy, but humorous way. Canine lovers and fans of satires like Penguin Island will enjoy the look of life through the eyes of a canine.

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Buster's Diaries : The True Story of a Dog and His Man ebook
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Roy Hattersly,Roy Hattersley
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