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9780007140091 - Theo, Illustrator: Michael Dudok de Wit: Oscar and Hoo Forever
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Oscar and Hoo Forever (2004) (?)

ISBN: 9780007140091 (?) or 0007140096, in english, 32 pages, HarperCollins UK, Paperback, Used

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One morning, the little cloud Hoo is feeling very sad. He misses his family. Little by little, he starts to shrink. His dear friend Oscar is very worried. Hoo must find his family again, or he might disappear altogether! "But I don’t want to leave you!" wails Hoo. Then Oscar has the answer. He is a great dreamer. Perhaps he can find Hoo's family in his dreams. The two friends close their eyes—and find themselves flying until they reach the sea. All of a sudden, the sky grows dark. A storm is approaching, and Oscar is scared—until Hoo spots his flock! Now Hoo knows he will always find his family in his dreams. And Oscar and Hoo can be together forever. A warm and gentle story of friendship, blending fantasy and reality to lyrical effect, illustrated by Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Dudok de Wit., paperback, Label: HarperCollins UK, HarperCollins UK, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2004-09-01, Studio: HarperCollins UK, Verkaufsrang: 7189074
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9780007140091 - Theo, Illustrator: Michael Dudok de Wit: Oscar and Hoo Forever
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Oscar and Hoo Forever (2004) (?)

ISBN: 9780007140091 (?) or 0007140096, in english, 32 pages, HarperCollins UK, Paperback, New

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One morning, the little cloud Hoo is feeling very sad. He misses his family. Little by little, he starts to shrink. His dear friend Oscar is very worried. Hoo must find his family again, or he might disappear altogether! "But I don’t want to leave you!" wails Hoo. Then Oscar has the answer. He is a great dreamer. Perhaps he can find Hoo's family in his dreams. The two friends close their eyes—and find themselves flying until they reach the sea. All of a sudden, the sky grows dark. A storm is approaching, and Oscar is scared—until Hoo spots his flock! Now Hoo knows he will always find his family in his dreams. And Oscar and Hoo can be together forever. A warm and gentle story of friendship, blending fantasy and reality to lyrical effect, illustrated by Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Dudok de Wit., paperback, Label: HarperCollins UK, HarperCollins UK, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2004-09-01, Studio: HarperCollins UK, Verkaufsrang: 7189074
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-00-714009-6, 978-0-00-714009-1
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