#1763 Gregory Maguire "Cress Watercress"|The Book Show

May 03, 2022 00:27:26
#1763 Gregory Maguire "Cress Watercress"|The Book Show
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Gregory Maguire, the imagination behind "Wicked," turns his trademark wit and wisdom to an animal adventure about growing up, moving on, and finding community. "Cress Watercress" is a lavishly illustrated woodland tale with a classic sensibility and modern flair. 

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