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Come Berto divenne buono : novellina / Luigi Capuana by Luigi Capuana1
Il flauto balla balla : fiaba / Giuseppe Ernesto Nuccio by Giuseppe Ernesto Nuccio2
Chiomadoro : fiaba / Santi Sottile Tomaselli by Santi Sottile Tomaselli3
Il Natale del tagliaboschi : racconto / Giuseppe Ernesto Nuccio by Giuseppe Ernesto Nuccio4
Ciccotto muore : racconto / Emilia Mariani by Emilia Mariani5
Un dramma in iscuola : racconto / Antonino Arcuri by Antonino Arcuri6
Nuove avventure del paladino Orlando parte [prima-] seconda / Giuseppe Ernesto Nuccio by Giuseppe Ernesto Nuccio8
La mammina dei gatti : racconto / Adelaide Bernardini by Adelaide Bernardini9
Raggio di luna : fiaba / Nicolò Bellanca by Nicolò Bellanca10

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Diretta da Giuseppe Ernesto Nuccio (1874-1933), autore di libri per bambini, collaboratore de "Il Giornalino della Domenica" e direttore della collana "Bibliotechina per fanciulli" di Bemporad.

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