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The Seven Times Search (1967)

by Paul Biegel

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Alles heeft Anders er voor over om anders te worden. Ten einde raad gaat hij naar een tovervrouw en die weet een oplossing. De Grote Tovenaar kan hem helpen, maar dat doet hij niet zomaar! Anders moet eerst een moeilijke opdracht volbrengen...
  Sterrenwachter | May 31, 2016 |
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A young boy is trying to learn the 7x table, and he becomes very small, the size of an ant. He then has adventures that help him with the tables, such as counting the stamens of a flower, and counting captured ants. He is helped by a girl who sometimes is a feather.
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