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Creative Cues From the Cat
Creative Cues From the Cat

Creative Cues From the Cat

The Visionary Virtues of Our Feline Friends

12+

PETS

88 Pages, 5.5 x 8

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $12.95 (US $12.95) (CA $15.95)

Publication Date: March 2016

ISBN 9780985793258

Rights: US & CA

Cupola Press (Mar 2016)

Price: $12.95
 
 

Overview

Designed with cat lovers in mind, this entertaining and inspirational book features the many qualities of cats and the lessons in creativity that can be learned from them. With an economy of words, humor, great quotes, and adorable photographs, the book will encourage the reader to follow the lead of the cat. Each individual has what it takes to come up with something new, whether that is a clever piece of technology, a solution to a problem, or a tasty new recipe and this book is sure to inspire the reader to act on their inner innovative spirit.

Reviews

"A fun insightful read that will keep you thinking long after you're finished."  —Jonah Berger, author, Contagious

"Gorgeous photography paired with feline wit and inspiration; as beautiful as it is thoughtful."  —Debbie Glovatsky, blogger, Glogirly

"Johnston and Nichols have gleaned nine lives worth of wisdom by observing our feline friends. The result is funny and smart." —Patricia Ryan Madson, author, Improv Wisdom

Author Biography

Gail P. Johnston is a professional graphic designer. She is the author of A Rumor of Angels, The Social Cause Diet, and The Wish & the Wonder. She lives in Lafayette, California. Eric P. Nichols is a former broadcast engineer who has used his radio experience for experiments at HIPAS Observatory and HAARP, as well as for designing instrumentation for the UCLA Plasma Physics department. He is the author of The Opus of Amateur Radio Knowledge and Lore, Plasma Dream, and The Spirit of the Craftsman. He lives in North Pole, Alaska. Kate Benjamin is the founder of the online magazine hauspanther and the coauthor of Catification. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona.