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Muggepuut by Herman Brusselmans
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Muggepuut

by Herman Brusselmans

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I really couldn't go more than 30 pages as much as I tried, it was that disgusting. I totally don't recommended it for children. ( )
  AlexandraN | Jul 19, 2010 |
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Danny Muggepuut was een van de befaamdste auteurs van Vlaanderen geworden, dankzij zijn negen romans: De voor- en nadelen van longontsteking, Kwart na drie moet kwart over zijn, Onze planeet is een bolletje, De geföhnde bedelaar, De stoverij van de gebroeders Van Reeth, Geweldloos beffen, Mijn vader zei altijd help je moeder bij de afwas, De vleugelneus en Tante Paula op zolder.
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