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Míjn vader woont in Brazilië

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Moniques moeder is niet getrouwd.
Sommige ouders vinden dat zo erg, dat hun kinderen niet met Monique mogen omgaan. Het enige dat Monique van haar vader weet, is dat hij in Brazilië woont. Plotseling komt haar vader uit Brazilië terug en wil hij met haar moeder trouwen...
Hardcover, 100 pages
Published 1974 by Lemniscaat
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Dec 23, 2012 BoekenTrol rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to BoekenTrol by: CreativeChaos
From a RABCK-box that CC sent to me 'just because'. Junior and I are very happy with this book and look forward to read it!

I liked this book. The first part, where the reader reads parts of Albert-Jan's diary I found not so good. Quite detached for me clearly written not by a young teenager, but by a grown up.
The part from Monique's view (also diary form) was a lot better.
Every now and then I still heared the adult voice, but it was less obvious than in Albert-Jan's part.

I got annoyed a bit, by
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