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Endlich eine Freundin (Best Friends #1-2)

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1. Endlich eine Freundin
2. Eine Freundschaft bewährt sich

Suzie ist überglücklich. Sie hat in der lustigen und temperamentvollen Co-Co aus Frankreich eine Freundin gefunden! Alles ist aufregend und neu für Co-Co: der Unterricht in der neuen Schule, die fremden Lehrer, die Mitschülerinnen. Aber mit Suzies Hilfe findet sie sich schnell zurecht, und die beiden möchten immer zu
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Hardcover, Schneider-Buch, 316 pages
Published 1982 by F. Schneider
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Christine
Dec 08, 2008 Christine rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Maedchen ueber 10
Recommended to Christine by: Schneider Verlag
Eins der besten Maedchenbuecher, das ich mit 11 oder 12 Jahren las (und imer wieder las). Fortsetzung ist "Eine Freundschaft bewaehrt sich" und "Freundschaft zu dritt".
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