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Morris, regálame un amigo / Morris, give me…
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Morris, regálame un amigo / Morris, give me a friend (El Barco De Vapor /…

by Gabriela Keselman

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En este libro ilustrado para nios, el zorro pillo llamado Zorris no tiene ningn amigo. El mapache Morris puede lograr cosas grandisosas, raras y difciles; pero los amigos no se regalan y nadie quiere ser amigo de un zorro tramposo. Pero Morris siempre est dispuesto a ayudar aunque tenga que trepar, espiar y pedir ayuda a todos los animales del bosque.In this illustrated book for children, the sly fox Zorris has no friends. The raccoon Morris can achieve great things but friends can't be given away and nobody wants to be friends with a tricky fox. However, Morris is always ready to help although he might have to climb, spy and ask for help from all the animals in the forest.… (more)

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