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The Mystery of He by Michel Gagné

The Mystery of He

by Michel Gagné

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0966640411, Hardcover)

He is an unusual creature with a strange origin and a wonderful destiny. He meets both friend and foe and struggles with adversity in an ageless story of acceptance and brotherhood. Beautifully written and illustrated this book will appeal as much to adults as it will to children. Gagne is truly redefining the picture book format, bringing it to new heights of artistry and content. A feast for the heart, mind and eyes. This first edition is limited to 1000 copies signed and numbered by the author. 11"X11", Dust Jacket, B&W.

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