Brose, Karin Pfaffe, Wolfgang Schulkleidung ist nicht Schuluniform Brose, K: Schulkleidung ist nicht Uniform

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ISBN(s) 9783000169533
Einbandart Einband - fest (Hardcover)
Seitenanzahl 41
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Schule und Lernen
Kurztitel Brose, Karin: Schulkleidung ist nicht Schuluniform
ISBN-10 3000169539
Länge 168 mm
Breite 225 mm
Höhe 8 mm
Gewicht 240 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Regiobuch Brose, Karin

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