Rasmus und der Landstreicher

    Rasmus und der Landstreicher

    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Katrin Engelking

    "If you're an orphan that nobody wants, you might as well be dead, Rasmus thinks. But then he has an idea. He could escape from the children's home, go out into the wide world and look for someone who maybe he wants him after all. Things don't go the way Rasmus had planned. But in any case, he meets Paradise Oscar, who calls himself the Tramp of Paradise and God's Wren.Translator: Thyra Dohrenburg"

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