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LOTTIE AND LISA

Luise has ringlets. Lottie has braids. Apart from that they look exactly the same. But they are sure that they have never set eyes on each other in their lives. When the two girls meet at a summer camp and discover the secret behind their similarity, they decide to switch places. Everyone is fooled (apart from the dog) and, despite a few mistakes and misadventures, everything goes to plan for Luise as Lottie and Lottie as Luise - until their father meets a young, beautiful woman and things start to unravel... Funny, moving, affectionate and improbable, The Parent Trap has twice been adapted for film - but the book remains one of the great classics of German children's literature.
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Publication date Jul 1, 1989
Thematic Category Human relations, Social, Adventure
Series Lotus (9-11 years)
Age 9-11
Pages 184
No of reprints 3
Translator ΚΙΡΑ ΣΙΝΟΥ
Illustrator WALTER TRIER
ISBN 978-960-702-147-2
SKU 01256
Dimensions (width x height) 14 x 21 cm
Weight 0.360 kgr
Binding Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
ISBN e-book 978-618-01-2199-5
E-book Code 19832
E-book format EPUB
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The Author
Erich Kastner was born in Dresden in 1899. He is the author of many novels, children's books, poems and essays. Together with other German writers, he tried to attack Hitler's totalitarism and lack of freedom with humour and pacifist ideals.Kastner's children's books reflected his social optimism based on his belief in the renewing power of the each new generation of youth. He was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Prize in 1960. Though he became popular through his children's books, he was also very successful among adults as a novelist and poet.Many of his books have been translated into English, including Emil and the Detectives (1929), Baron Munchhausen, his Wonderful Travels, Fabian, the story of a moralist (1931), The 35th of May, or Conrad's Ride to the South Seas (1931), Anna Luise and Anton (1932), The Flying Classroom (1933), Three Men in the Snow (1934) and Puss in Boots (1950), and many others.
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