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Radio boy and other stories
Authors - Dixon Moya ~ Enrique Pilarte ~ Luis Felipe Ulloa
Illustrator - Nela Marín

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Number of Pages - 40
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Summary
In the first story, a boy goes to his local dentist after which very strange and funny things begin to happen to him.

In the second, five camels that must cross the desert to deliver a load. The journey will teach them very important lessons in life.

In the third story, two gangs confront each other and their leaders stop the confrontation to face a mysterious situation that will transform all of their lives.

 
Publication Date
2008
 
Languages
Spanish
 
Contributor
Fundación Libros para Niños - Nicaragua
 
Publisher
Fondo Editorial Libros para Niños - Nicaragua  Contributing Publishers 
Copyright held by - Fundación Libros para Niños.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

ISBN
978-99924-67-23-7
 
Awards
Finalist of the Second National Competition of Literature "Books for Children 2006"
 
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Notes
Three Stories that have all been finalists in the Second National Competition of Childrens Literature 2006
 

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