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How Many Ways Does a Cat Sleep? Art & Sensitivity Series for Children Volume 1 Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 552 KB
  • Print Length: 31 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Kosmic Kurrents/Anti-Aging Press, Inc. (January 2, 2012)
  • Publication Date: January 2, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006T36II0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,462,589 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Julia Busch researches beauty in its broadest sense. A lifelong interest in health and well-being, she has written on a wide variety of topics, from TMJ, temporomandibular (jaw) joint, problems to facial massage techniques, to the "aging in a youth society dilemma."

Ms. Busch has a certificate in aromatherapy, publishes the Anti-Aging Press. Former co-host of "Youthfully Yours" on Talk America, she enjoys sharing the information she garners in the area of holistic care and "youth extension." Julia's first anti-aging offering, Facelift Naturally, The At-Home or Anywhere, Painless, Natural Facelift for Men and Women That Really Works! employs acupressure to lift the face, while energizing the body.

Writing for all ages, she uplifts the spirit in Look Younger Naturally! erasing "wrinkles on the inside" with "youth games," "self-love games," and stress releasing games for the hectic world we live in.

Julia's diverse background includes the study of voice and opera at Juilliard School of Music; sculpture and art history at Columbia University and the University of Miami, Florida, where she also taught drawing and composition, teaching humanities at Miami Dade College as well. She authored A Decade of Sculpture: The Media of the 1960s; has written for the Art Journal and Ideas magazine; designed women's clothing and fine jewelry, while at the same time researching plastic as an art form, contributing to books on the same subject. Julia believes in living, loving, laughing, maintaining a dream, a youthful spirit and a holistic life-style.

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A woman whose career is as diverse as her writing can best be described through the following article "Julia Busch Renaissance Woman," written by the late artist Eugene Massin, professor emeritus University of Miami, Florida for Ideas Magazine.

You're Julia Busch? I thought you'd be much older?" This was a comment overheard at a lecture given by Julia Busch - artist, philosopher, sculptor-jeweler, opera singer, art historian, author, teacher and human being.

The comment seemingly strange, was directed at a...woman of unlimited talents...A woman of extraordinary energies who has developed phenomenal abilities...talents most ordinary persons might take a lifetime or more to even approach.

My acquaintance with Julia began...when she entered the University of Miami. While lecturing about the character of line in the technique of drawing, I was most impressed with her ability to almost preconceive what I was discussing. When I asked who she had studied with, she looked a little surprised and replied, "No one. I've always drawn this way."

In subsequent conversations, I found she had studied opera in Juilliard School of Music, played the violin, written poetry, been an airline stewardess, modeled, worked as a cocktail waitress, sold real estate and had been with a New York publishing firm...I invited her to work with me in developing the new media made available to the artist through technical advancement. Here she became researcher and chemist, working with acrylics and polyester resin, later publishing A Decade of Sculpture: The New Media of the 1960's...while incidentally breeding Burmese and Himalayan cats and working out an approach to a children's art and sensitivity training series.

As a teacher, I've observed Julia the philosopher and humanist warmly and patiently working with her students - creating in them a need to surpass themselves. During the course of the day, it's not unusual to hear an operatic aria burst forth for no reason at all, except for an exuberance and joie-de-vivre.

There is a fascinating excitement to be amid the many activities that seem to be in the grasp of one individual: to watch pieces of wax become golden images, to watch a drawing unfold as if it were magically pulled from beneath a page, to watch words being ordered in particular thought provoking concepts, to watch students, through love blossom, and see time being used to its fullest."

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Neither of these articles mentions Julia's channeled books from Hammal Cahone Head of the Cosmic Angelic force who is here at this critical time to help humanity. The books include "Powerful Prayer Secrets," "Living a Rich Life," "My Secret Life with an Angel," and the playful, but profound color personality profile information found in "Power Color."

Julia has a passion for French Poodles and Hybrid Cats, which includes the Savannah, Bengal, Chausie, Safari, and Bagral.

She recently faced an intense battle to save her beloved Standard Poodle Nikki, who has reincarnated 3 times to be with her in her present lifetime, from the outrageous odds of canine osteosarcoma (dog bone cancer). She turned the world upside down and documented her natural help findings for dog cancers which are taken from human as well as pet protocols at http://NikkisStory.com. She hopes the site can offer hope, help, and comfort to anyone presented with similar circumstances.



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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Maylla on January 17, 2012
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My daughter again loved this book. She just wants to keep reading them. It is a short book and sweet with lovely drawings. Great for when you need to entertain a child at a public place or great for a short read before going to sleep. Thank you Julia again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Lester on January 8, 2012
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Just downloaded this for Kindle/Cloud Reader and read it right away. Having been a cat lover for years I enjoyed it immensely and could see my own cats reflected in each page's drawings. The author/artist's ability to render not only the cat but their attitude with just a few lines is remarkable and I'm sure that children would enjoy the book too --- after all I sure did! Highly recommend this book - and the series!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard Smith on January 8, 2012
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Picked this up for my niece and found myself flipping through page after page just to see the next illustration. She loved it and so did I. Great little find, two thumbs up to Julia!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 2acres on May 28, 2013
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This is the perfect short story for small kids! If you need a way to keep your kids entertained for a short period of time, especially while out in public, this book will do the trick. It keeps kids guessing and is easy enough for beginning readers to work on their fluency. My daughter loves kittens, which made this book an even bigger hit in our house! This book is also perfect for those nights when you need a quick bedtime story that pleases the kids but doesn't take too long to read!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KMB13 on April 23, 2013
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Like another reviewer, I picked this up for my niece, but found myself just as drawn to the illustrations as my niece.

As another reviewer mentioned, some of the illustrations are a bit amorphous, but I especially liked that about the book because it encourages youngsters to look more closely and use their imagination.

This book has motivated me to explore Julia Busch's other books.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Daniela on January 15, 2013
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This talented writer and illustrator can really describe a situation with just few words and a simple jet very effective sketch. This is a book with rhymed text and nice illustrations perfect for all cat lovers. A unique work!
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