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Jamie Bell and her older brother have always been inseparable, so when she finds him gone without a trace, she starts a quest to find him.
96 pages
Published 2010 by Punchbuggy Press
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Husband described this as "Alice's adventures in Hoboland." He's right.

The art doesn't thrill me but I'm curious about the story.
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Liz Baillie is an American cartoonist and illustrator. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2002, with a major in cartooning. Her work includes the ten-issue mini series My Brain Hurts and the internet comic, since collected into a trade, Freewheel.
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My Brain Hurts, Volume One My Brain Hurts, Volume Two Freewheel: Volume Two

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