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De bende van Michalis.

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Titel: De bende van Michalis.

Zustand: Antiquarian

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Elzenga, Amsterdam, 1997. 151p. Hard bound. Name and date on free endpaper. 'Dorian was liever met zijn vrienden op voetbalkamp gegaan, maar van zijn ouders moesten hij en zijn zusje Danja mee op vakantie naar het Griekse eiland Vulcanos. Dat daar meer te beleven is dan Dorian in eerste instantie verwacht, blijkt al gauw. Hij, Danja en Jimmy (een Griekse jongen die jaren in Nederland woonde) raken verzeild in een spannend avontuur. Ze ontdekken namelijk dat de bende van Michalis schatten van de Oude Grieken steelt en smokkelt. De kinderen zijn nieuwsgierig, maar worden door de boeven gesnapt. Ze worden op de vissersboot van de bende meegenomen en uiteindelijk belanden ze op Karpathos. Inmiddels is de politie en het leger ingezet en worden de kinderen uit handen van de boeven gered. (.) Een spannend avonturenverhaal dat graag gelezen zal worden door tienjarigen en ouder.' (RIENEKE TEESELING, Biblion-recensie). Antiquarian. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 33920

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