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Histoire de Pierre Lapin

Beatrix Potter

Publisher: Xist Publishing

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Histoires de Classique Enfants de Beatrix Potter dans de belles éditions de livres électroniques  Peter est un petit lapin coquin qui a des aventures dans le jardin de M. McGregor . Histoire de Pierre Lapin de Beatrix Potter fait partie de la collection Xist Publishing Children's Classics. Chaque ebook a été spécialement formatée avec plein écran, illustrations en couleur et le texte de charme d'origine.

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