Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Sammy's Cat Ventures

Clawsville will never be the same and neither will you after reading this book about a cat that one day he wakes up gloomy and sad. Normally, he was a cat that loved to get into mischief. He lived for adventure and excitement. Sammy normally was bumpy, jumpy and jolly. This story is a very hilarious adventure that takes him on his road to recover in rolling style. It's a cure that affects not only Sammy, but the whole cat world. Even the Bible refers to a merry heart as good medicine, Proverbs 17:22 ~ "A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones."

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Hayley L. Howell’s passion is to spread the healing power of laughter to children worldwide, and she has taken an active role in the community of Federal Way, Washington, where she has lived for the past twenty-one years. Hayley spends time talking to children in schools, hospitals, and churches in an effort to build lasting friendships and promote fun and laughter.

Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, Hayley spent her childhood writing stories, especially about cats, many of whom were based on her own kitties growing up. A visiting author at her grade school inspired her to become a children’s author and when she was in sixth grade, Hayley illustrated and wrote a story called “Sammy’s Good Luck, Bad Luck Day.” This first Sammy book was submitted to the Young Authors Conference and received great acclamation from teachers, parents, and peers alike.

In her spare time, Hayley likes to sing, write, draw, read, watch “I Love Lucy,” volunteer with children, and make people smile. Through her books, Hayley hopes to teach kids fun-filled entertainment with good morals and values. In a world that can seem increasingly scarier to young minds, Hayley brings a ray of sunshine through her humorous story and bright illustrations, spreading joy and laughter to children everywhere.

Currently, Hayley resides with her mother, Helen, in Federal Way, Washington and is attending the University of Phoenix online. She is studying children's psychology and social work and plans to incorporate her books with her degree. To find out more about Hayley, you can visit her on the web at .

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A copy of this book was provided for review by WinePress Publishing


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