Series: Klezmer

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Klezmer, Book One: Tales of the Wild East by Joann Sfar1
Klezmer, Tome 2 : Bon anniversaire Scylla by Joann Sfar2
Klezmer, Tome 3 : Tous des voleurs ! by Joann Sfar3
Klezmer (Tome 4-Trapèze volant !) by Joann Sfar4

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  1. The Book of Klezmer: The History, the Music, the Folklore by Yale Strom (2002)
  2. Donjon Potron-Minet, tome 97 : Une jeunesse qui s'enfuit by Lewis Trondheim (2002)
  3. The Rabbi's Cat by Joann Sfar (2005)
  4. Ralph Azham, Tome 1 : Est-ce qu'on ment aux gens qu'on aime ? by Lewis Trondheim (2011)
  5. Le petit monde du Golem by Joann Sfar (2002)
  6. Chagall en Russie, Tome 1 : by Joann Sfar (2010)
  7. Klezmer! Jewish Music From Old World To Our World by Henry Sapoznik (1999)
  8. Socrate le demi-chien, tome 1 : Héraclès by Christophe Blain (2005)
  9. Isaac the Pirate: To Exotic Lands by Christophe Blain (2001)
  10. Donjon Monsters, tome 6 : Du ramdam chez les Brasseurs by Yoann (2003)
  11. Donjon parade, tome 1 : Un donjon de trop by Manu Larcenet (2004)
  12. Market Day by James Sturm (2010)
  13. by Thomas Damm (2005)
  14. Les Pauvres Aventures de Jérémie, tome 1 : Les Jolis Pieds de Florence by Riad Sattouf (2003)
  15. Miss Pas Touche, Tome 1 : La Vierge du bordel by Hubert (2006)

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