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The beautiful diary of Enrico Bottini, an Italian boy who writes a school-year journal with all the good and bad events with his classmates, his teachers, and his family. It teaches the most important human values for good living. A worldwide best seller recommended for kids and adults.

©2012 Carlos Acosta (P)2009 Carlos Acosta

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  • Ricardo
  • 17-02-09

Beautiful

I read the book when I was a child, and enjoyed so much. It is a real ageless classic. Imagine my surprise when, after so many years, I finally found the audiobook. The narration and the music are beautiful together. It brought me back to my wonder years, when I learned the important values of life from my parents. It also moved my soul, because of the dramatic moments and episodes from the story. I guess it is ok to shed a tear or two, remembering this unique book, and now a great audiobook. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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  • Jane
  • 22-09-13

A window into a simpler time of ethics

What did you like best about this story?

How the adults instilled good virtuues in the youth without threats or violence.

Which character – as performed by Ignacio Torre – was your favorite?

The boy's father.