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Hush it´s Christmas! - An Advent Story in 24 Chapters - cover

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Hush it´s Christmas! - An Advent Story in 24 Chapters

Karen Christine Angermayer

Publisher: sorriso Verlag

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Summary

Bruno is completely pleased with his dog ́s life. A big Friday bone is all he needs. Change is not necessary from his point of view. He dislikes change, especially the vacation days when his favorite butcher closes his shop. But change is literally standing in front of his door; his family has an unexpected visitor. A cat. A C.A.T.! In Bruno ́s house! Under his roof! Soy is the name of the health-conscious mischief-maker who will be living with Bruno and his family until Christmas Eve. Bruno is at his dog ́s wits end: How in the world is he to survive the 24 days until Christmas?
Available since: 11/15/2017.
Print length: 104 pages.

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