by Erwan Ji

Je m'appelle Capucine, mais on m'appelle Puce. J'ai dix-sept ans, la peau mate et un accent de Montpellier. Enfin, l'accent, c'est quand je parle français. Je vis aux États-Unis depuis que j'ai trois ans. Cette année, il m'est arrivé un truc phénoménal. Retournement de vie, frisson géant, secousse cosmique... Vous appelez ça comme vous voulez, mais la vérité...c'est que j'ai avalé un arc-en-ciel.

J'ai avalé un arc-en-ciel
Publisher
NATHAN
Type
book
Language
French
ISBN-13
9782092566077
ISBN-10
2092566075
Number of Pages
384
Height
28 mm
Widht
152 mm
Lenght
225 mm
Weight
448 g
Format
Book
Editions
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