|March 10, 2009|
Blueberry Girl is a book by Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess. It was conceived as a poem of the same name, written in 2000 by Neil Gaiman for his goddaughter Tash, the daughter of his friend Tori Amos. In 2004, Neil Gaiman announced that Charles Vess was painting pictures to go with the poem, with the intention of publishing it as book.
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- Book information at Mr Bobo's Remarkable Mouse Circus with chapter excerpt and note from author
- Browse inside Blueberry Girl at publisher's site