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Ever wondered why his tongue is always sticking out in that oh-so-elegant manner? Turns out he wore his teeth down from chewing too much as a puppy. You'll be relieved to learn that Frazier isn't really a dog hater--he gets along just fine with Eddie off-screen, and apparently his breath smells like popcorn. We won't spoil the rest of it for you--if you want to learn about the inspiration for that continual stare, or just what flavor of dog biscuits he's partial to, you'll just have to read it yourself! --Jill Lightner
Brian Hargrove got a BFA from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He studied at the Juilliard School and then acted professionally for ten years. On television, he and his writing partner, Jack Kenny, have written for Dave's World, Caroline in the City, Holding the Baby, and Maggie. Currently, they have a show on Fox called Titus, which they co-created with Christopher Titus.
Moose is an uber-star.
Just finished reading this book and liked it very much. Cleverly written from Moose's viewpoint. I'm going to share it with my 8 year old granddaughter. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DIANE
I just love EDDIE, a.k.a. (Moose). The writer is very engaging and as I read I can easily hear "Eddie" speaking.
Vibrant and hilariously funny. Read more
Really enjoyed this funny book about "Eddie". He's a great characterPublished 13 months ago by Ms Lynn Jones
I first fell in love with Moose when he starred as Eddie on Frazier. I fell in love all over again when he played the title role in My Dog Skip (cried in that movie). Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by Dog's Best Friend
Was a very cute little book. Loved the included pictures at different stages of Moose's life. Was good to read the description of his temperament from his trainer/owner and the... Read morePublished on July 8, 2011 by Millee