How to Live With A Calculating Cat

How to Live With A Calculating Cat

by Eric Gurney

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Overview

Cats are a proud lot. The pages of history overflow with their heroic deeds. They’re aloof, independent…calculating, clever little thinkers who usually wind up owning their owners. You can’t outwit them…but at least you can learn to hold your own. Eric Gurney tells you how in this most entertaining animal book.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781786258977
Publisher: Hauraki Publishing
Publication date: 03/28/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 85
File size: 48 MB
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About the Author

ERIC GURNEY (1910-1992) was a Canadian-American cartoonist and illustrator.

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he grew up in Toronto, where he began a career as a commercial artist. In 1938 he emigrated to the USA to work with The Walt Disney Company, where he was a story writer and collaborated on several classic Disney films. Turning freelance in 1948, he did cartoon illustrations for magazines and advertising campaigns, notably for the Ethyl Corporation.

Gurney is best known for his humorous illustrations in books for children and adults. He illustrated Punctured Poems (1971) by Richard Armour; How to Live with a Neurotic Dog (1960) (text by Stephen Baker); How to Live with a Calculating Cat (1962) (text by William Nettleton); an edition of Sportsmanlike Driving (1965), a textbook published by the American Automobile Association; and many other titles, whose total sales number in the millions.

He received the National Cartoonists Society Advertising and Illustration Award for 1961 and 1971 for his work.

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