Terri Cabral is an author, artist and entertainer.
She's been painting and drawing from a very young age. Her specialties are landscapes and animals in acrylics, ink and watercolor pencils. Her artwork has been exhibited and sold in Crete, Italy, and around the USA. Currently Ms. Cabral and her husband, Sean M. Poole have combined their artistic talents and have uploaded their art designs to be placed on clothes on www.ShopVida.com/collections/sean-poole. You can also view her art on witsendstudioproductions.com
As a writer, Ms. Cabral contributed to her high school and college newspapers and yearbooks. She wrote scripts for children and adult productions she directed at various theatre venues. In 1988 Ms. Cabral co-wrote, produced, choreographed and starred in the Christmas Holiday Production for the city of Holland, MI "Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates" She and her co-author/producer/director, Paul Stuart Graham, received the 1989 Michigan Governor’s Award for Outstanding Community Work. The production continued to be presented for the next four years. It was a community participation project complete with windmills, pathos and a 50 foot ice skating stage and race involving over 50 community children and participants.
In 1994 she and her husband, Sean M. Poole, began researching her uncle, the Cuban Vanguardia painter, Antonio Gattorno with whom she had a close relationship, and began writing a book about him. He had passed in 1980 and his wife, her aunt, passed in 1993. In 2004, she edited and co-published the award winning art biography “Gattorno – A Cuban Painter for the World” by Sean M. Poole. The book won the 2009 Eric Hoffer Award for Excellence in Independent Publishing, the First Place Award in the Photography/Art genre in the London Book Festival in 2008 and The New England Book Festival in 2009 and Honorable Mentions in the New York and San Francisco Book Festivals in 2008 and 2009 respectively.
Her first novel, "The Tale Of Thisbe - An Extraordinary Cat" received Honorable Mention in the London, New England and Animals, Animals, Animals, Book Festivals. It is the story of a spunky little house cat named Thisbe. The book and the sequel "Thisbe An Extraordinary Cat - Her Adventures Continue..." are written from Thisbe's point of view. It tells of her many adventures, her friendships with many animals, her kind deeds, her sad losses and the lessons she learned in life. It's a Young Adult book but also for any person who loves animals.
She is also working on another cat story titled "Lucky Blackie - The Luckiest Black Cat".
A new novel in conception is titled "Isabel's Journey". It is a novel based loosely on the life of Ms. Cabral's aunt Isabel Gattorno who was a woman far ahead of her time.
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Thisbe An Extraordinary Cat Her Adventures Continue...
by Terri Cabral
"Thisbe An Extraordinary Cat - Her Adventures Continue..." picks up where the first book finished. It chronicles the final years in the life of that spunky, little cat. She is kidnapped, is featured in a stage production, meets new friends and acquires a new step-sister. She still receives visits from her ghost friends and experiences many exciting adventures. Fun reading for all who love animals!
The Tale of Thisbe - An Extraordinary Cat
by Terri Cabral
(5.00 from 1 review)
The Tale of Thisbe chronicles 8 years in the life of a spunky, little cat named Thisbe. She experiences many adventures, some hardships, unusual friendships with a variety of animals and a unique learning experience with a resident ghost. Received an HONORABLE MENTION in the London Book Festival and the New England Book Festival in 2011.
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