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Books By Ruth
WHAT IS BEING SAID ABOUT YOU AND THE ARTS:
CAROL CHANNING, Veteran of Broadway, Motion Pictures and Television: “The author/artist inspires those who are willing and able to accept the challenges of Life. She explains Arts remain the catalyst for all who seek successful living regardless of age.”
“Until I read this book I would not have recognized the breadth of the topic. I had a great time reading it!” -- Winnefred Homer-Smith, President. Deans & Homer
“This book is a concise and a clearly written discussion of the reasons for the art of all kinds, for all ages, and it is important enough for the 95-year-old author, who is herself an artist, to learn new computer skills and do the research to support her belief that, indeed, art does matter to us all. I recommend it for high school students and the generations that follow.” -- Jean G. Kohn, MD.MPH, Member American Academy of Pediatrics
Did you ever wonder?
-- Why the arts are essential besides the giving of pleasure?
-- What makes an artist function?
-- What do the arts all have in common?
-- Do the arts really help our health, education and economy?
-- The answers are in this book
YOU AND THE ARTS -- Why Art Matters
Link to YOU AND THE ARTS Ebook: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/27676
The print book is available through Ruth's website at: www.ruthsilnes.com If you are interested in more than 20 books: call 1-877-400-0221 toll free.
The active child pictured in the book could be a boy or a girl who uses the bedclothes to initiate vivid imagery of flying over land and sea. The child uses the blanket as a tent, talks to birds who talk back, and looks at the world from outer space before falling asleep.
“Keeping Ahead of Winter” is a startling account of a unique honeymoon and an insight into the world of the boating community.
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