El prodigioso viaje de Edward Tulane
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[Spain] : Noguer, [2007].
Status
Central - Kids Spanish - Fiction
J/SPA JF DICAM
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Central - Kids Spanish - Fiction
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Book
Edition
1. edición.
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190 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Language
Spanish
ISBN
8427950365 , 9788427950368

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Edward Tulane es un conejo de porcelana amado por una niña de bien. En un viaje a través del océano, el conejo se cae por la borda del barco y es rescatado por un pescador. Viaja durante mucho tiempo con los vagabundos y hasta trabaja durante poco tiempo de espantapájaros. Siempre escucha las esperanzas, sueños e historias de los demás. Aprende a amar, a perder, y a amar de nuevo.
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Edward Tulane, a proud toy rabbit, loves only himself until he is separated from the little girl who adores him and travels across the country, acquiring new owners and listening to their hopes, dreams, and histories. He learns to love, to lose and still love again.
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APA Citation (style guide)

DiCamillo, K., Ibatoulline, B., & Jiménez Rioja, A. (2007). El prodigioso viaje de Edward Tulane. 1. edición. [Spain]: Noguer.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

DiCamillo, Kate, Bagram. Ibatoulline and Alberto. Jiménez Rioja. 2007. El Prodigioso Viaje De Edward Tulane. [Spain]: Noguer.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

DiCamillo, Kate, Bagram. Ibatoulline and Alberto. Jiménez Rioja, El Prodigioso Viaje De Edward Tulane. [Spain]: Noguer, 2007.

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DiCamillo, Kate., Bagram Ibatoulline, and Alberto Jiménez Rioja. El Prodigioso Viaje De Edward Tulane. 1. edición. [Spain]: Noguer, 2007. Print.

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