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Ilvie Little and the Fearless Sailors

Susanne Stemmer

Translator Linda Gaus

Publisher: Ilvie Little & Friends GmbH

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Summary

Ilvie Little, the curious elf, has had enough of the beautiful but boring land of the elves and decides to discover the big, wide world.Together with her friends, a cook, and two twinkling companionsthe grumpy dog Sammy and the gluttonous monkey Theoshe wants to solve an ancient riddle.To do this, she must polish up a dusty old ship and go on the search for a lost treasure, withstanding any and all resistance along the way. But the fearless friends conquer all danger.A magical story for strong kids and those who want to become stronga fantastic, courage-inspiring book for reading out loud and reading yourself. For cool kids from 5-99.
Available since: 12/09/2021.
Print length: 160 pages.

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