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Quest'opera fa parte della collana di libri TREDITION CLASSICS. La casa editrice tredition di Amburgo pubblica nell'ambito della collana TREDITION CLASSICS opere datate più di 2000 anni. Queste opere erano in gran parte esaurite o reperibili solo come pezzi d'antiquariato. La serie di libri contribuise a preservare la letteratura e a promuovere la cultura. Essa aiuta inoltre ad evitare che migliaia di opere cadano nel dimenticatoio. L'obiettivo della serie TREDITION CLASSICS è di ripubblicare migliaia di classici...
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Overview

Quest'opera fa parte della collana di libri TREDITION CLASSICS. La casa editrice tredition di Amburgo pubblica nell'ambito della collana TREDITION CLASSICS opere datate più di 2000 anni. Queste opere erano in gran parte esaurite o reperibili solo come pezzi d'antiquariato. La serie di libri contribuise a preservare la letteratura e a promuovere la cultura. Essa aiuta inoltre ad evitare che migliaia di opere cadano nel dimenticatoio. L'obiettivo della serie TREDITION CLASSICS è di ripubblicare migliaia di classici della letteratura mondiale in diverse lingue... in tutto il mondo!
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  • ISBN-13: 9783849122225
  • Publisher: TREDITION CLASSICS
  • Publication date: 11/19/2012
  • Language: Italian
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.49 (d)

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    Posted September 8, 2012

    My weird life 2

    Yep, that's me. The freak of the family. "Nika! Go watch your sister!" Mom shouts, her voice bouncing around the house. I roll my eyes and set off outside. See what I mean? They need me to watch her, but they couldn't care less if I got trampled by a herd of angry sabertooth-moose lions. At first I could see nothing through the steadily falling snow, and I blinked, clearing the frosty flakes from my eyelashes. Shrugging my parka hood over my head, I trudged foreward. Doing a 360, I looked for Aria. Where on earth could she be now? She had a tendancy to run off when in trouble. A gust of wind turned the snowflakes on my, and they lashed me almost as hard as tiny blades. A sudden thought occured in my mind. "Oh, don't tell me she went to see Mr. Fluffy again," I said aloud, running foreward. Mr. Fluffy was a polar-dog, and my sister loved petting the viscious thing, even though it hated her. I had gotten a scar on my arm from its claws. I neared the pen where he lived and looked in. The creature was sleeping, oblivious to the blanket of snow coating it. For all I know, it might think it was a wool blanket. I check every corner of the pen for Aria, but she is still nowhere in sight. I feel relieved, until I remember that I still don't know where she is. Groaning, I walk back the way I came. "Well, Nika yells at my friends just when they get hungry at night, and she has to wash the blue mold from her hair everyday!" Piped up an all too familiar voice. I looked around, until I spotted the little rascal. I couldn't believe that Aria would describe my two beads that way! She was hidden in the entrance of a snow bank, talking to her friend Tarrlok. Dread filled me as I remembered what she just said. What if Tarrlok told his brother what she had just said. "Hey look! There's Nika now!" The nine year old piped. Aria wirled around as I stomped foreward. Her face filled with guilt. "I have been looking for you all morning!" I yelled, folding my arms. Just then I noticed Tarrlok staring at me strangely. "What?" I demanded. "She does have blue mold," he whispered to Aria, just loud enough for me to hear. Aria giggled and my face flushed. "We are going home right now!" I shouted. Aria tried to back into the snow bank but I rose my hand and closes my fingers, freezing the space behind her. I grabbed her arm and she screamed. Wincing, I started to pull her out as something cold and wet hit me in the face. Startled, I pulled Aria out with me and rubbed the slushy snow from my cheek. That brat Tarrlok waterbended a snowball at my face! Okay, I like Tarrlok, he's an okay kid, but I was cold, humiliated, and so not in the mood for this. Furious, I grabbed my sister's arm and yanked her toward our home. What I really wanted was to freeze Tarrlok in his place, but I was more mature than that. "You never let me have any fun!" Aria wailed, punching the air as I half dragged her home. I rolled my eyes. If she got to have her fun all the time, she and maybe me would probably be dead by now. Just saying.

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