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Who is Johnny?

Author: Leopold Gedö; Kate Seredy
Publisher: New York, Viking Press, 1939.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Tap-dancing Jani, the fourteen-year-old black boy from Hungary, Rudi his redheaded harmonica playing friend, and Sandro, the Italian boy who had traveled with the circus, seek Jani's father. The trail leads to the Olympic Games in Berlin.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leopold Gedö; Kate Seredy
OCLC Number: 8335109
Notes: Illustrated t.p. and lining papers.
"First published October 1939."
Description: 242, [1] pages illustrations 22 cm
Other Titles: Janiból Jonny lesz.
Responsibility: Written and illustrated by Leopold Gedö; translated from the Hungarian by Kate Seredy.

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Tap-dancing Jani, the fourteen-year-old black boy from Hungary, Rudi his redheaded harmonica playing friend, and Sandro, the Italian boy who had traveled with the circus, seek Jani's father. The trail leads to the Olympic Games in Berlin.

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