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Peter Pan and Wendy - (English + French Interactive Version) - Babylonia Project: read masterpieces learn languages - cover

Peter Pan and Wendy - (English + French Interactive Version) - Babylonia Project: read masterpieces learn languages

J. M. Barrie, Yamada Tadayoshi

Publisher: Yamada Takumi

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Summary

Read masterpieces, learn languages! "Babylonia Project" is the literary series we created to appeal to the palate of all those who, like us, are book enthusiasts and language lovers. Our constantly expanding catalogue consists of a fantastic selection of treasured literary classics, all crafted in a precious multilanguage eBook edition, enhanced by our internal "Babylonia Hyperlink System": just one little touch and you can quickly switch from the English version to the French, Spanish, Italian, or German one (depending on available languages). 

With your "Babylonia Project" interactive, multilanguage eBook you will be able to learn new languages with literature, compare translations, learn words and phrases, and you will understand more about how literary adaptations are made. All of this while you enjoy the best literary classics of all time: Arthur Conan Doyle, Jane Austen, Alexandre Dumas, Oscar Wilde and many more. Improve your language and literary skills in a fun way! Do it while unveiling a dark mystery in the forest on the other side of the world, or while solving a crime scene in the Victorian London: Babylonia Project is here to guide you through your next adventure!

In this eBook you'll find:

Peter Pan and Wendy (English version)
Peter Pan y Wendy (Versión en español)

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