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Lili's home

Érika Lancheros, María Saa

Publisher: Seaweeds

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Summary

Lili lives in a meadow that shares with flowers and animals. Her life is very minimal, after all is quite and happy. But one day someone knocks at her door and changes her way of living and how she sees stuff. Who is it? What's going to happen to Lili's home?
Come inside to the wonderful story of Lili. Discover a world full of colors and learn what is truly important in life.
Available since: 01/07/2015.

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