Bruno for Real
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Bruno for Real

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Seven-year-old Bruno is back and tackling problems with his trademark originality. He defeats hiccups. He trades his mother for a new hat. He skillfully avoids math. And thanks to his special Flutter Kick, he easily advances to the next level - in swimmin
ebook, 64 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Orca Book Publishers (first published May 1st 2008)
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Jen
This sequel to "I, Bruno" continues the humorous adventures of a young boy with a unique take on the world. He's a little older, but still full of imaginative and endearing mischief.
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Caroline Adderson grew up in Alberta. After traveling around Canada, she moved to B.C. to go to university and has mostly lived there ever since. She started writing seriously after university, eventually going on to write two internationally published novels (A History of Forgetting and Sitting Practice) and two collections of short stories for adults (Bad Imaginings and Pleased To Meet You). Whe...more
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