Arnaud, the Boy Who... Free Download

Version: 1.0   (version history)
Date: July 09, 2004

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OS: Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
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Author: Grant & Capizzi

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Arnaud, the Boy Who... Description

Arnaud, the Boy Who... Free Download.

Arnaud follows his own path and does what he wants. This does not endear him to the grownups in his life, which doesn't seem to bother Arnaud at all. Where will his disobedience lead? The answer to that question will surprise one and all.

This wonderful and highly offbeat E-picture book is destined to become a classic. Illustrations are by an acclaimed artist. The full version comes with 6 bonus posters featuring scenes from nature accompanied by quotes from famous authors.

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