A World of Their Own: Twentieth Century American Folk Art
Newark Museum, Jan 1, 1995 - Folk art - 88 pages
A gateway to Faerie, a door to the past, and a funeral procession for the King of the Cats bring together an unlikely group of comrades, and Sno Quantrill discovers that her adventures are only just beginning.
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