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Book ¿Qué quiere el bebe?

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Es un ingenioso, divertido y muy original libro indicado para bebés de 0 a 2 años en el que vamos a encontrar un diseño muy especial con ilustraciones que reflejan, fielmente, el día a día de un bebé. El protagonista es un niño que se encuentra molesto, intenta entretenerse con su osito, jugar con una pelota o mantenerse entretenido con una pandereta, sin embargo el bebé no se calma. Al final su mamá descubre que lo único que lo mantiene tranquilo es la leche
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