Socorro!: 12 Cuentos para Caerse de Miedo

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Santillana USA Publishing Company Incorporated, Apr 1, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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A wicked grandmother who hates her grandchildren, scary hands that appear in the middle of the night and grab you, a gigantic spider web, and children who disappear are some of the stories you'll find here.

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es bueno pero el de la abuela q odia a sus nietos no da miedo, en realidad ningunno da miedo

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User Review  - Laura Karina - Goodreads

Read it for school when I was little and loved it. Has several stories, all slightly creepy, and even one Japanese tale (Hoichi the Earless (耳なし芳一 Mimi-nashi Hōichi)). Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Born in Argentina, Elsa Bornemann is one of the most important authors in Spanish children's literature. Her extensive work, which includes novels, poetry, short stories, songs, plays for theater and television, translations, and anthologies, has earned her several national and international recognitions and awards, such as the IBBY Honor List and the Internationale Jugendbibliothek of Germany Honor List.

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