Pinocchio in Africa
by E. Cherubini
Publisher: Ginn and Co. 1911
Number of pages: 168
Collodi's 'Pinocchio' tells the story of a wooden marionette and of his efforts to become a real boy. Brought across the seas, he was welcomed by American children and now appears in a new volume which sets forth his travels in Africa.
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