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A Coconut Named Jose

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by George Velasco
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A Coconut Named Jose by George Velasco

A Coconut Named Jose is a wonderful story about the love between a young boy and his imaginary friend a coconut named Jose. What adventure lies for them on the white sandy beaches of Costa Rica? Who is the tall, strange man with the big black car? What does he want with Jose's father the fisherman? What's going to happen to Jose the coconut? Come along with Jose, the fisherman's son, and his best friend, a coconut named Jose, and their many adventures along the white sandy beaches of Costa Rica.

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Ebook Details
Size: 23.9 MB
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781631228803 (DRM-EPUB)

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