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Nishi No Yoki Majo (2001)
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Call Number J/JAPANESE/FICTION/OGIWARA,N v.1 Tabidachi no maki
J/JAPANESE/FICTION/OGIWARA,N v.2 Tatakai no maki
J/JAPANESE/FICTION/OGIWARA,N v.3 Sekai no tobira no maki
J/JAPANESE/FICTION/OGIWARA,N v.4 Hoshi no shi no maki


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Kids' World LanguagesJ/JAPANESE/FICTION/OGIWARA,N v.1 Tabidachi no makiAvailable
Kids' World LanguagesJ/JAPANESE/FICTION/OGIWARA,N v.2 Tatakai no makiAvailable
Kids' World LanguagesJ/JAPANESE/FICTION/OGIWARA,N v.3 Sekai no tobira no makiAvailable
Kids' World LanguagesJ/JAPANESE/FICTION/OGIWARA,N v.4 Hoshi no shi no makiAvailable
Published: T?ky? : Ch?? K?ron Shinsha, 2001-2002
Description:  4 v. ; 20 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 4120032051 (v. 1), 4120032221 (v. 2), 4120032469 (v. 3), 4120032892 (v. 4), 4120032051,
Language:  Japanese


Fiction

A girl suddenly discovers that she is an heir to the throne of a magic kingdom ruled by a queen and finds herself involved in court intrigues and other troubles

1. Tabidachi no maki -- 2. Tatakai no maki -- 3. Sekai no tobira no maki -- 4. Hoshi no shi no maki

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