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The twinkling of the stars: A story about the man on the moon
     

The twinkling of the stars: A story about the man on the moon

by Mrs Bianca Hoekstra, Mr. A.K.A. Pilgrim (Translator)
 

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"The twinkling of the stars" is a story of hope, happiness and the meaning of life.
It is about the man on the moon, who visited numerous planets in search of the missing something. Since he cannot even find out what it is in the stars, he travels to Earth and, to his surprise, finds a tune that leaves him breathless and

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"The twinkling of the stars" is a story of hope, happiness and the meaning of life.
It is about the man on the moon, who visited numerous planets in search of the missing something. Since he cannot even find out what it is in the stars, he travels to Earth and, to his surprise, finds a tune that leaves him breathless and amazed.

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This is a book for children to improve their reading skills.

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Please note:
This version includes a lot of colourful illustrations. The file is also available in black and white.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781481214100
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/10/2012
Pages:
88
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.23(d)

Meet the Author

The author comes from the Muenster area in Germany and was only 5 years old when she was given a hardcover Peter Pan comic book. She was impressed by the images, but the text was missing. This motivated her to write it on the last blank pages of the book. From then on she knew what she had to do.

Several years later, she started out on an old Olympia typewriter again with which she would finally write the first manuscript. She was annoyed by the fact that Billy Wilder's motion picture "1-2-3" had no working manuscript that could be used for theatre. So she wrote it herself.

The Olympia typewriter was later replaced by a PC. The "Simon Lamont"
series coincided when she got her first laptop. With this, she could write practically anywhere - even if that Dell weighed considerably more than modern portable devices.

Her favorite quote comes from the author of Princess Amalia Gallitzin
(1748 - 1806):

"My soul is on the tip of my pen."

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