ככה נראה אושר : סיפורים מאמצע החיים / שלומית מירון.
מירון, שלומית, 1962- מחברBook
מוסיקה : סיפורים / חמוטל בר-יוסף.
On verso of t.p.: Music : short stories / Hamutal Bar-Yosef
Tel Aviv-Yafo (Israel)-place of publication
ישראל : מנדלי מוכר ספרים ברשת
מסת"ב שגוי: 003760000055.
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