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A Boy and a House

An inquisitive boy follows a trail of paper clues into a shadowy building in a wordless early-morning adventure full of friendship, surprises, and the dawning of a new day. Beautifully layered watercolor paintings capture the mystery and nostalgia of Eastern European streets and rooftops. Hidden gems abound in the details as a curious cat and playful mice lead the way. Light and shadow surround the boy as he moves bravely forward with wonder.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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