Hardcover, 32 pages
Published by MacAdam/Cage Publishing (2006-05-15)
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Amazon DescriptionHaving long wished for a child, Mr. and Mrs. Cranebill are delighted with the baby they discover on their doorstep even though he has an unusually long and pointy nose.
One Potato Review
By the great Henrik Drescher - twenty-something years before he ever dreamed of Hubert the Pudge and McFig & McFly. Is this a lost classic? Maybe not: the story of a boy on the way to becoming a stork is not nearly as developed as those others, still it’s every bit as baroque, and simply told, and completely unapologetic in the tradition of, well, classics. Either way, this is certainly a discovery worth dusting off.
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