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Das Buch ist eine wahre Geschichte. Ich habe in meiner Schwangerschaft -"Damals immer ein paar kleine Notizen gemacht" - und irgendwann bin ich auf die Idee gekommen, das könnte ich meinem Kind einmal als Geschenk überreichen.

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Publikationsdatum 10.12.2008
Untertitel Und nun ist Schluss mit Lustig!
Titel Jetzt rede Ich
Edition 1., Aufl.
Bindungsform Paperback
Formbeschreibung PB
Höhe 210
Breite 148
Gewicht 94
Seiten 56
Autor(en) Rücker, Susanne
Kategorie Hardcover, Softcover / Belletristik/Briefe, Tagebücher
Tagebücher, Briefe, Notizbücher
Sprache ger
Verlagsname Books on Demand
Beschreibung Das Buch ist eine wahre Geschichte. Ich habe in meiner Schwangerschaft -"Damals immer ein paar kleine Notizen gemacht" - und irgendwann bin ich auf die Idee gekommen, das könnte ich meinem Kind einmal als Geschenk überreichen.
Bestellnummer 4290492
1651161
Veröffentlichungsdatum 16.01.2009
Zuletzt geändert am 26.04.2016

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