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Lost Soles: How and why shoes get lost

by Editor Barbara McPherson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0972948430, Paperback)

You've seen them any number of times, shoes lying on the side of the road or tied together and hanging on telephone lines or stuck upside down on fence posts. LOST SOLES is a unique collection, written by several creative writers who have taken it upon themselves to answer the question: How and why do shoes get lost? The book is a varied assembly of entertaining, earnest and experimental stories, illustrated with sweet, whimsical pencil drawings. Light reading.

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