Maud's House

Maud's House

Book - 1994
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As a brilliant child artist, Maud Calhoun put Round Corners on the map with paintings that covered every inch of her house. Now, pressured to paint a mural for her small Vermont hometown, Maud searches for the inspiration that has eluded her for ten years. With humor and warmth, Maud struggles to reclaim herself and her art as her tightly-knit community's tale unfolds. "A reflective madcap comedy".--Orson Scott Card, author of The Lost Boys. (Papier Mache Press)
Publisher: Watsonville, CA : Papier-Mache Press, c1994
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780918949325
0918949327
9780918949288
0918949289
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 200 pages ;,24 cm

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