Momo

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Doubleday, Jan 1, 1985 - Friendship - 227 pages
Weaves a magical tale about an orphan girl named Momo whose unstinting goodness nurtures wisdom and happiness in the people around her and who becomes the prey of sinister figures.

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

p. 67 out of 225. ? Obvious & preachy. ? Almost no humor. ? Boring. ? You know those ppl who first attempt to read The Little Prince or The Phantom Tollbooth as a adults, and don't like those beloved stories? ? I now empathize with them. ? Read full review

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A lot of people are preoccupied with time: How it should be spent, how it can be saved, and how to make sure it isn't wasted. Have you ever accused someone of stealing your time? Momo is the only ... Read full review

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Children's author Michael Andreas Helmuth Ende was born on November 12, 1929 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. He worked as an actor, director, film critic and scriptwriter before turning to writing children's books. He was the only child of the surrealist painter Edgar Ende. His best known work is The Neverending Story (1979), which was adapted into a film and two sequels. Another book, Jim Knopf and Lukas the Engine, was made into both a television and radio series. Ende died in Germany on August 29, 1995.

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