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Lektüren für Jugendliche > Der Tote im See - Leseheft mit CD

Lektüren für Jugendliche Der Tote im See - Leseheft mit CD

  • By Franz Specht
  • Price: £9.65
  • ISBN: 9783191016722
  • Availability: Limited Stock

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Mischa likes Daniel and wants him to fall in love with her but she is shy and the only solution she can think of is to hide behind her mothers designer sunglasses. Although her mother would never allow it she takes them anyway. However the plan goes horribly wrong when the glasses somehow fall to the bottom of the lake. The lake, Daniel says, where last summer they found a body.

Series Lektüren für Jugendliche Title Der Tote im See - Leseheft mit CD
Subject German Language German
Market Ages 15-16 Level A2
Publication Date December 2008 Authors Franz Specht
Binding Paperback Pages N/A
Size(mm) N/A Weight (gms) 125
ESB Code 18233 ISBN 9783191016722
Inspection Copy No Delivery Limited Stock
  Price £9.65

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