Rasmus, Pontus und der Schwertschlucker

    Rasmus, Pontus und der Schwertschlucker

    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Horst Lemke

    "The most adventurous thing in the small town of Västanvik is the ancient fairground. The friends Rasmus and Pontus go there one evening because they want to see the world-famous sword swallower Alfredo. Later they watch two burglars and overhear what the thieves are doing with the sack full of silver That's when Rasmus's dachshund Toker, bored at home, shows up and wiggles his short, crooked legs right into the heart of the action and into a real adventure.Translator: Thyra Dohrenburg"

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