Grandmother’s cooking pot

@ Tchak's Boutique

Three children, Nkongnon, Nkounie and Nkouna, are going to spend the holidays with their grandmother in the village. During their stay, they will have to solve a mystery.


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Nkongnon, Nkounie and Nkouna go on vacation to the village to help their grandmother, Mamie. With her, they think they are more cunning but be careful! This is far from being naive and intends to prove it to them.


But a strange event keeps repeating itself since the arrival of the children …

Shipping Countries: Switzerland, Netherlands, France, Liechtenstein, Germany, Luxembourg, Austria, Monaco, Belgium, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, Faroe Islands, Sweden, Isle of Man, United Kingdom (UK)

Ready to ship in 1-3 business days from Germany

Specification: Grandmother’s cooking pot


Akoma Mba


Melanie Kano


9789789561247, 978-978-956-124-7


Arthur Ella


3 years and over

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  • Store Name: Tchak's Boutique
  • Vendor: Tchak's Boutique
  • Address: Am Weidengraben 84, D33
    54296 Trier
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