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Harry Potter à l'école des sorciers - J.K. Rowling, Emily Walcker, Jean-François Ménard
Harry Potter à l'école des sorciers
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Le jour de ses onze ans, Harry Potter, un orphelin élevé par un oncle et une tante qui le détestent, voit son existence bouleversée. Un géant vient le chercher pour l'emmener à Poudlard, la célèbre école de sorcellerie où une place l'attend depuis toujours. Voler sur des balais, jeter des sorts,... show more
Le jour de ses onze ans, Harry Potter, un orphelin élevé par un oncle et une tante qui le détestent, voit son existence bouleversée. Un géant vient le chercher pour l'emmener à Poudlard, la célèbre école de sorcellerie où une place l'attend depuis toujours. Voler sur des balais, jeter des sorts, combattre les Trolls : Harry Potter se révèle un sorcier vraiment doué. Mais quel mystère entoure donc sa naissance et qui est l'effroyable V..., le mage dont personne n'ose prononcer le nom ?  

źródło opisu: okładka wydawca
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9782070518425 (2070518426)
Publisher: Folio Junior
Pages no: 308
Edition language: French
Series: Harry Potter (#1)
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