Malysh - prikljuchencheskij roman francuzskogo pisatelja Zhjulja Verna. Polnaja dramatizma istorija ob irlandskom Malyshe-najdenyshe, sirote, ne znavshem ljubvi i laski. Emu pridetsja projti cherez mnozhestvo ispytanij, vstretit´ mnogo ljudej - horoshih i plohih. Vse, chto u nego est´ - jeto ego harakter: sovsem ne po-detski nastojchivyj, reshitel´nyj, celeustremlennyj. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian. 1. Russian. Elena Klyuchkina. http://samples.audible.de/bk/agen/000938/bk_agen_000938_sample.mp3.
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