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Mi hermana Ji, por Papelucho

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Libro Mi hermana Ji, por Papelucho

A veces, tener una hermana menor puede volverse algo fatal. Así le sucede a Papelucho que, a su modo-algo destartalado-, debe cuidar a la pequeña Ji, quien desaparecerá a cada momento y vuelve a aparecer en los lugares más insospechados, ¡Cómo el techo de la casa!

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  • Marcela Paz


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