Mio, mein Mio

    Mio, mein Mio

    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Ilon Wikland

    ""Did anyone listen to the radio on October 15 last year? Did anyone hear that a search was being made for a boy who had disappeared? They said something like: 'The police in Stockholm are looking for nine-year-old Bo Vilhelm Olsson, who left the house at 6 p.m. the day before last apartment Upplandsgatan 13 has disappeared. Bo Vilhelm Olsson has light hair and blue eyes and was wearing short brown trousers, a gray wool sweater and a small red cap. Any police station will take reports of the disappearance.'Yes, so they said. But there was never any communication about Bo Vilhelm Olsson…”Translator: Karl Kurt Peters"

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