Chwileczkę, Walerio– by Krystyna Siesicka(Book) 16 editions published between and in Polish and Undetermined and held by 19 WorldCat. Chwileczke walerio by Krystyna Siesicka, Polish / Poland, Chytrý Honza z Čech: Pro čtenáře od 11 let by Josef Kopta, Czech / Czech Republic, („Chwileczkę, Walerio ” („Just a Minute, Valerie ”), Award of the Year ,. BARFIE Polish Collection; „Dziewczyna Mistrza Gry” („Game Master’s. Girlfriend”) .
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