Hugh can do
Possessing nothing but wit, energy, and pluck, penniless Hugh sets off for the city to make his fortune--and finds himself at a toll bridge without any money. This sparkling original folk tale recounts the bargains Hugh must make to cross the bridge. Rhythm, invention, humor, and an unexpected twist are complemented by animated, richly colored art. 1993 ALA Notable Children's Book.
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