At left, a work by Boise artist James Castle. At right, an illustration by Allen Say included in "Silent Days, Silent Dreams."
At left, a work by Boise artist James Castle. At right, an illustration by Allen Say included in "Silent Days, Silent Dreams." James Castle Collection and Archive/Scholastic, taken from court documents
At left, a work by Boise artist James Castle. At right, an illustration by Allen Say included in "Silent Days, Silent Dreams." James Castle Collection and Archive/Scholastic, taken from court documents

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