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Cuentos de buenas noches para niñas rebeldes by Elena Favilli
"Qué libro más bello hemos leído en nuestro club de lectura. He escuchado críticas de todo tipo, algunas diciendo que "estaba mal escrito", "era muy simple", etc. Bueno, esto es lo que pienso yo: el libro no es más que una recopilación de cuentos,..." Read more of this review »
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