Seeking Book Reviewers Who Love Cats


Hello,
My name is Sula, and I am the parish cat at Old Mission San Juan Bautista. My first book, Surviving Cancer, Healing People: One Cat's Story, came out a couple of years ago. I am very grateful for  everyone who read and reviewed my book. All five stars! That made me so happy.

More recently I have written three more books, one after the other, on slightly different topics. Many people had written to me, especially om my Face Book page, and told me that they like my books, but no one has written reviews. Reviews really help to get the word out. So, if you would like to write a review in exchange for a free copy of one of my books, just contact my publisher: info@msipress.com.

Here are the books that need to be reviewed:

Christmas at the Mission: A Cat's View of Catholic Customs and Beliefs

Sula the Cat does it again! Sula, parish cat at Old Mission San Juan Bautista, is a cat with a special mission: to comfort people in need. Every morning, she spends time with St. Francis, patron saint of animals, and receives guidance for the day. During Masses, led by the Holy Spirit, she seeks out whomever God wants her to comfort, and they report that she brings comfort, indeed. In her spare time, she writes books. This time, she is writing about Christmas traditions and how she experiences them as a parish cat. Ever wonder where our various Christmas customs come from? Sula tells you about the history and the customs today, both mainstream American Catholic and Mexican American Catholic customs since both are part of her parish in California. Charmingly illustrated with an Eastern flavor by Russian artist, Zhenya Yanovich.



Saints I Know

A description of the lives of 21 saints--in both their imperfection and perfection--chosen based on the relationship to a Franciscan Mission, Old iMission San Juan Bautista, told through the eyes of the Mission's cat. The sections of the book including saints related to the founding of the mission (St. Francis, St. John the Baptist, and St. Juniper Serra), the Holy parents (Mary and Joseph), saints whose statues are behind the altar in the Mission, patron saints of animals, patron saints of children, and the favorite saints of the parish priest. A final section addresses future saints.





Tale of a Mission Cat

Sula, parish cat at Old Mission San Juan Bautista has written her second book about life at the Mission from a cat's point of view--a special cat, that is, with a mission from God to take care of parishioners. In this book, meant for children, Sula describes her work at the MIssion, the parts of a Catholic Mission, and the Catholic faith. She pulls from contemporary experience as well as from the history of the Missions. Beautiful, hard-to-find pictures are sure to delight children of all ages.





Sula, parish cat at Old Mission San Juan Bautista, is a cat with a special mission: to comfort people in need. Every morning, she spends time with St. Francis, patron saint of animals, and receives guidance for the day. During Masses, led by the Holy Spirit, she seeks out whomever God wants her to comfort, and they report that she brings comfort, and they report that she brings comfort indeed. In her spare time, she writes books for God's people.

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