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Astérix and the soothsayer / written by René Goscinny ; and illustrated by Alberto Uderzo ; translated by Anthea Bell and Derek Hockridge.

By: Goscinny, 1926-1977 [author.].
Contributor(s): Bell, Anthea [translator.] | Hockridge, Derek [translator.] | Uderzo, 1927- [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Goscinny, Astérix: volume 19.Publisher: London : Orion, 2004Edition: Rev. ed.Description: 48 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.ISBN: 0752866419 ; 0752866427 .Uniform titles: Devin. English Subject(s): Gauls -- Comic books, strips, etc | Astérix (Fictitious character) -- Comic books, strips, etc | Obelix (Fictitious character : Uderzo) -- Comic books, strips, etcGenre/Form: Graphic novels.DDC classification: [Fic.] Summary: One dark and stormy night, a sinister figure arrives in the little Gaulish village. Prolix claims to be a soothsayer and the villagers believe every word he says, but Asterix sees through his deception. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.Summary: It was a dark and stormy night, and a sinister visitor has arrived in the little Gaulish village where Asterix lives. Prolix claims he's a soothsayer, and the townsfolk believe every word he says. Only Asterix knows better. How can he make all his friends see the truth?
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One dark and stormy night, a sinister visitor arrives in the little Gaulish village. Prolix, who claims too be a soothsayer, prophesies that when the storm is over the weather will improve. And it does! Now the credulous villagers believe every word he says, but Asterix has his suspicions of the smooth-talking Prolix. Who is really right about the soothsayer?

At head of title: Goscinny and Underzo present an Asterix adventure.

One dark and stormy night, a sinister figure arrives in the little Gaulish village. Prolix claims to be a soothsayer and the villagers believe every word he says, but Asterix sees through his deception. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

It was a dark and stormy night, and a sinister visitor has arrived in the little Gaulish village where Asterix lives. Prolix claims he's a soothsayer, and the townsfolk believe every word he says. Only Asterix knows better. How can he make all his friends see the truth?

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