I've noticed this in an unsystematic way for awhile, but I was collecting some abandoned books in the relevant section today and I noticed exactly how many there were.
There is a great company called Nolo that publishes legal guides for the average person. I don't mind talking about a particular business here because my experience with Nolo guides suggests that they are 100% great and I fully endorse them.
That's not the point of this post, though. The point is the covers of the Nolo series. As you can imagine, there's not a lot of great eye-catching illustration options for Forming a Partnership: A complete legal guide. At least not if you stick to relevant images. So instead they went with this:
And even this:
What I want to know is, whos is this dog? Is he Nolo or what? And why isn't he the same as this dog?