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Kita Pergi Hari Ini

Book / Novel

Kita Pergi Hari Ini

by Ziggy Zezsyazeoviennazabrizkie

Format: Paperback, Indonesian
192 page(s)
ISBN/ISBN13: /9786020657479
Published Nov 17, 2021 by Gramedia Pustaka Utama

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Mi, Ma, and Mo have never seen a cat like Nona Gigi. Of course, they have seen ordinary cats before. But Nona Gigi is an Extraordinary Cat. An Extraordinary Cat means a cat that is out of the ordinary. Nona Gigi is the Other Way that Mr. and Mrs. Mo anticipate to take care of Mi, Ma, and Mo when both of them go out of the house to earn money. Because in the Kota Suara, all the money that is available at the bottom of the sea has been taken by the pirates, money under the ground is taken by the thieves, and money on the tree branches is taken by the bad wood entrepreneurs. Nona Gigi invites Mi, Ma, Mo, and Fifi, and Fufu—the twin children of the New Neighbors to go on a trip to visit beautiful places. They ride on the Kereta Air, meet Kolonel Jagung, play at the Sirkus Sendu, and watch the beauty of the Kota Terapung Kucing Luar Biasa. We go today. To the beautiful places in the dreams of good children.


I rate this book five out of five for the dark fantasy, the adventure, and the way Fifi screamed Fufu’s name at the end of the book.
Sita   in Kita Pergi Hari Ini Kinda Review (Personal Blog, Oct 08, 2022)

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