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La couverture et les autres extraits de
Auteur : Roger HARGREAVES
Editeur : EGMONT
Collection : mr men
Année : 02/2020

Join the Mr Men on an Impossible Easter Egg Hunt! Mr Impossible is organising an Easter egg hunt for all the Mr Men and Little Miss and he is hiding the eggs in the most impossible places ... Some are so high that only Mr Tall can find them and some so low and cleverly hidden that Mr Small will need to be called. But it is Mr Nobody who manages to find the most difficult egg of all - the [...] [lire la suite]

9,50 €
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La couverture et les autres extraits de
Auteur : Kenneth GRAHAME E H SHEPARD
Editeur : EGMONT
Année : 02/2020

'Travel, change, interest, excitement!' One day Mole pokes his nose out of his burrow and discovers that the world is an exciting place. He meets brave Ratty, kind old Badger and the rascally Mr Toad, and together they go adventuring . . . The Wind in the Willows is a classic animal adventure that charms and enthrals. [lire la suite]

16,00 €
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La couverture et les autres extraits de
Auteur : Michael MORPURGO
Editeur : EGMONT
Année : 05/2019

With illustrations from critically-acclaimed French artist Barroux, this is the true story of Michael Morpurgo's uncle, FrancisCammaerts, and the tension of his wartimeexperience. Francis is a fierce pacifist,while his brother Pieter signs up to fight. Francis's response to this throws himfiguratively into the titular mouth of thewolf. [lire la suite]

9,50 €
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La couverture et les autres extraits de
Auteur : Michael MORPURGO
Editeur : EGMONT
Année : 12/2018

Evacuated from London, David and Tucky feel like the war is a long way away from their new life in the countryside. Then one night the skyline of the moor is lit up with gun flashes, and the distant crump of bombing miles away brings the war back to them and shatters their new-found peace. When a German bomber crashes, the boys feel they should hate the airmen inside. [lire la suite]

10,00 €
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