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Shoe Goes to Wrigley Field

(Shoe #7)

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For the first time, Jeff MacNelly's baseball cartoons are collected in one book. Here is the whole 'shoe' cast of characters: Professer Cosmo Fishhawk and his nephew Skylar, Roz, Loon, and others.
Paperback, 59 pages
Published February 29th 1984 by Taylor Trade Publishing
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Jeffrey Kenneth MacNelly was a three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist and the creator of the popular comic strip Shoe.

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