Papatheodoulou Antonis



Άμεσα Διαθέσιμο

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Who is this gentleman named Phileas Fogg? Where did he come from and what does he do for a living? We might never know precisely. However we do know some things about him: he wakes up every morning preciselyat 8 o’clock and he eats breakfast preciselyat 08:23. He shaves at 08:37, he leaves his house preciselyat 11:30 and returns at midnight… precisely! We also do know that he has accepted a wager to travel around the world precisely in 80 days!


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Pages 36
Dimensions 24x22
Availability Άμεσα Διαθέσιμο
Weight 346 g

Hard cover








Published Date 05/12/2014
ISBN 978-960-569-288-9

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