Hardcover, 36 pages
Published by Groundwood Books (2001-04-09)
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One Potato Review
While this is a shorter and nominally simpler narrative than her Stella stories, Gay certainly isn’t skimping on the artwork here, which is striking and more elaborate than anything this Canadian author has published before or ever since. From a hodgepodge of methods and materials - including, significantly, newsprint - here is a landscape, and a story, that should rivet younger readers, but which, just as importantly, remains faithful to to the boundlessness of our daydreams.
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