"Quarenta e dois mais vinte e um e outras histórias" by António Torrado

February 09 2021

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"Quarenta e dois mais vinte e um e outras histórias" by António Torrado

This book by António Torrado is our weekly choice for Lower School to read at home through Sora, our e-book platform. To access and read, log in with your student number.
 
This book presents a set of five stories belonging to the Portuguese oral tradition and retold by António Torrado.
 
The stories included in this book are as follows:
 
- Quarenta e Dois Mais Vinte e Um

- Quatro Ovos Quanto Custam?
- As Três Fortunas do Lobo Feroz
- Sabino Fez-se Leve
- Pedro Malasartes

 

Happy Reading and #Stay@HomeWithClip!

MRC Staff

 

 
"Quarenta e dois mais vinte e um e outras histórias" by António Torrado

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