Inspired by the antics of a real bear residing in the Kushiro Zoo in his native Hokkaido, artist Seigo Kijima incorporates the beauty of Japanese wildlife and landscape in a charming tale of love, hope, and community. When postmaster Milk receives an alarming message from a pair of red-crowned cranes, it sparks a quest through swamp, forest, day, night, spring, and summer as he attempts to deliver more than just the mail.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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