By Jan Eaton
Книга с узорами по вязанию спицами пледов, одеял, афганов. Разноцветная мозаика узоров, составленных из простых геометрических фигур. Превосходное использование остатков пряжи.
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He gave a string of mews, so penetrating and so demanding that Paolo felt his stomach turn uneasily. " called Rosa. Benvenuto's tail flapped in exasperation. He gave a great leap and vanished somewhere out of sight. Rosa and Paolo hung by their midriffs over the rail and craned after him. Benvenuto was now standing on the waterbutt, with his tail slashing. As soon as he knew they could see him, he stared fixedly at them again and uttered a truly appalling noise. Wong wong wong wong-wong-wongt Paolo and Rosa, without more ado, swung towards the stairs and clattered down them.
No nonsense about making up words, just straight detective work. And Tonino was positive that the book had been a clue. He must find a peeling blue house, and the paper with the words on would be somewhere near. " Tonino did not hear the question, but he realized he was being asked something. "The Angel of Caprona," he said. Nobody at school got much sense out of Tonino that day. He was full of the wonder of his discovery. It did not occur to him that Uncle Umberto had looked in every piece of writing in the University Library, and not found the words to the Angel.
Oh I shall go mad! " Tonino was forced to shut the lovely book again and hurry down to the dining room. He watched Aunt Gina anxiously as she doled out minestrone. She looked so hectic that he was convinced Benvenuto must have been at work in the kitchen again. "It's all right," Rosa said. "It's just she thought she'd got a line from the Angel of Caprona. " Aunt Gina was distinctly tearful. "With so much to do, my memory is like a sieve," she kept saying. " "Of course you haven't, Gina my dear," said Old Niccolo.