Winkie is a mild-mannered teddy bear who finds himself on the wrong side of America's war on terror. After suffering decades of neglect from the children who've forgotten him, Winkie takes to the forest. But just as he is discovering the joys and wonders of mobility, Winkie is suddenly surrounded by the FBI, who instantly conclude that he is the evil mastermind behind dozens of terrorist attacks that have been traced to the forest.
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"This book is way too odd to be sentimental, and its political sensibility shuttles easily between the cartoonish and the shrewd." - PW
"a funny and sweet yet seriously topical novel." - Kirkus
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