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The Trip to Panama - Enhanced Edition - The story of how Little Tiger and Little Bear travel to Panama - cover

The Trip to Panama - Enhanced Edition - The story of how Little Tiger and Little Bear travel to Panama

Janosch

Publisher: Janosch film & medien

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Summary

Once upon a time, Little Bear and Little Tiger lived down by the riverside. Where you can see smoke rising into the air, beside the big tree. They had a boat too.Until one day. a crate came floating down the river. Little Bear sniffed it, and said, "Oooh.bananas!". The crate did smell of bananas. And what was that word written on it? "Pa-na-ma" read Little Bear.

for iPhone and iPad - includes Audiobook
Available since: 07/16/2013.
Print length: 54 pages.

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