Zinkoff, el inútil

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Grupo Editorial Norma, 2003 - 240 pages
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Donald Zinkoff is one of the greatest kids you could ever meet. He laughs easily, he likes people, he loves school, he tries to rescue lost girls, he talks to old ladies. The only problem is that he's a loser. Despite of this, Zinkhoff is always filled with joie the vivre, innocence and happiness.

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mm no lo e leído pero se ve aburrido >_<

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Este es uno de los peores libros que e leido en mi vida. Les recomiendo nunca leerlo, anque su vida dependiera de eso

About the author (2003)

Jerry Spinelli was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania on February 1, 1941. He received a bachelor's degree from Gettysburg College and a master's degree from Johns Hopkins University. He worked as an editor with Chilton from 1966 to 1989. He launched his career in children's literature with Space Station 7th Grade in 1982. He has written over 30 books including The Bathwater Gang, Picklemania, Stargirl, Milkweed, and Mama Seeton's Whistle. In 1991, he won the Newbery Award for Maniac Magee. In 1998, Wringer was named a Newbery Honor book.

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