Dieckhoff: Die Mainzer Stadtmusikanten

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Arthur Dieckhoff: Die Mainzer StadtMusikanten. Den Brüdern Grimm eifrigst nachfabuliert, die Bilder saftig ins Birkenholz gerüsselt und mit märchenhaften Rezepten zur Räubertafel von Sarah Wiener gewürzt. 
Hard Cover, 36 pages, Verlag Schwarze Kunst 2012. German edition.

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