A Perfect Day for Love Letters, Volume 1

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Del Rey/Ballantine Books, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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• When a librarian receives a love letter hidden in one of her books, she finds a very unlikely reading partner.
• The meanest boy at school sends a letter that falls into the wrong hands, compelling him to reveal a side of himself that no one ever expected.
• A mistreated young girl finds hope in a friend, and the strength to leave her troubled past behind.
• There’s a single love letter–and its author could be any one of a number of boys. Now the search is on to discover the tender wordsmith’s identity.
• When a mailman befriends a blind woman who recently lost her companion, he tries to heal her loneliness through love letters.

George Asakura leads us through five stories with humor, wit, and enough mystery to keep us guessing with each new delivery. You’ve got mail!

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In this fine anthology, Asakura (who is female) tells distinctive, realistic short stories about young love, all involving some kind of message passed between the protagonists. One story depicts the ... Read full review

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