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La casa maldita (La casa maldita #1)

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When Irene and Elias go exploring an abandoned and creepy house they find an old, dust-covered trunk which is really a time machine. They unwittingly travel 40 years back in time and meet their parents, who are younger than them The problem? Finding their way back to the present without a hitch.
Published by Alfaguara (first published August 15th 2011)
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Edición 1998, era de mi prima, ya recibida, y tiene ese olor a libro muy, muy viejo. Páginas amarillas, y una combinación de nombres que es genial.
Cwpper David
Buenos recursos narrativos mal desarrollados. Es una historia de viajes en el tiempo para niños, no para estúpidos. Da la horrible impresión de que al autor le dio sueño y terminó su historia a las patadas para poder irse a dormir temprano. Me la recomendaron para mis estudiantes pero no me convenció.
Fun little book, a very easy read. For readers 2nd-3rd grade and up (Spanish speaking of course).

Lectura a partir de 4to grado. Muy bueno, hace pensar mucho a los chicos sobre los viajes en el tiempo.
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Ricardo Mariño is an Argentinian writer, journalist and scripwriter, mostly known for his children books.
He has worked for Children's magazines like Billiken, Humi, AZ Diez and for Clarín's and Página/12's Sunday supplements. Previously he worked as a journalist at the press agency DAN, scriptwriter of children's TV programs, and director of the literary magazine Mascaró between 1985 and 1988. He
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