When their hidey-hole suddenly seems too small, a brotherhood of hamsters blindly brave the dangers of crossing a junkyard to find a new "place to call home."
As hilarious as it is adorable, A Place to Call Home's comic strip-style artwork and dialogue pack a lot of action and laughs into 32 pages. (And the last page is breathtaking!) For maximum effect: While reading this book, in the background, play "Theme of Exodus," or "Somewhere" from West Side Story.
A patriot and a political radical, Woody Guthrie captured the spirit of his times in his enduring songs. Ed Cray, the first biographer to be granted access to the Woody Guthrie Archive, has created a haunting portrait.