La bicicleta de Sumji

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Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 71 pages
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Sumij is an 11 year-old Israeli boy who lived in Jerusalem under British rule. One day his uncle, Zemaj, gives him a bicycle. Sumji trades the bicycle for a train and then trades the train for a dog. The dog escapes from him, which leads to his finding a lucky pencil sharpener that turns into a magical token of love.

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About the author (2005)

AMOS OZ is a world-renowned novelist and essayist whose books include My Michael, To Know a Woman, Don't Call It Night, and The Same Sea. Most recently, his memoir, A Tale of Love and Darkness, received the Koret Jewish Book Award.

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