Miltee: Lost In The Metropolitan Museum

Miltee, a three-pound, Teacup Maltese is separated from his eleven-year old owner Heidi; ending up in the New York Metropolitan Museum. He is thrust into paintings of Picasso, Ensor, Rousseau, Bellows, and others; learning survival skills from their characters he escapes but is sick. He ends up in the vet hospital with a tearful Heidi looking on, only to find out the biggest surprise of her life, More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780961048075
About Marshall Stearn

My non-fiction books represent my interests in helping the population at large. I am a psychotherapist & Life Coach and have tried to approach my interests to help the human condition, as illustrated in: Drinking & Driving, Self Hypnosis, Portraits of Passion, 90 Important Things to Survive the Future. Being a SAG-AFTRA actor I wrote Screenwriting Made Easy, and subsequent screenplays as books: Miltee, Ed Boudreau, Press Bet, Brief Encounter, Love Is A Many Splendid Thing. These are all fictional and character driven letting my creative imagination take hold. In Portraits of Passion I interviewed 32 men and women about creativity & passion for work. Some of them were known participants: Charles M Schulz(snoopy), Robert Mondavi, Melvin Belli, Steve Allen, Norman Cousins,Jerry Jampolsky, Linus Pauling, John Wooden, Alice Faye, and many others. Their work was their life!

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