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Travels With George: Paris: A Cat's Eye Adventure

Deborah Julian

Suppose you were a cat. And suppose you wanted to see the world and Paris was your first option. Would you take the gamble, even not knowing what "Paris" is? If you were George, you would, and if you were his tag along buddy, Billy, you'd go too! Risking serious danger but hungry for adventure, George smuggles his way into a trip to France. Once there, he does what everyone does in Paris. He visits the sights. In Travels With George: Paris, George tells us about his trip, what he saw and what he thought about it. Fortunately, he chose as one of his companions for the trip, his friend, digital artist Deborah Julian. He tells his story, and she illustrates it with over a dozen full color prints (suitable for framing) of his adventures. Wonder what a cat thought about being at the top of the Eiffel Tower, or maybe something more mellow like a quiet cruise along the Seine? Read and see it. Join George, Billy and their involuntary people guides as they explore and discover the City of Light.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: Jul 15th, 2010
  • Pages: 130
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 10.00in - 7.99in - 0.28in - 0.60lb
  • EAN: 9781452880464
  • Categories: Humorous - General

About the Author

David Stone is the author of two other works of fiction, The Garden of What Was and Was Not, a counterculture classic, and its sequel, Traveling Without A Passport. He has one nonfiction title: A Million Different Things: Meditations of The Worlds Happiest Man. Illustrator Deborah Julian is well-known for both her innovative cat art, including the popular "Famous Artists' Cats," and as an urban landscape photographer whose work is shown regularly in juried shows in her hometown of New York City as well as other venues around the United States. The author has been publishing professionally since 1975 and has to his credit numerous gags for cartoonists, news feature articles, art reviews and online blogs.