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TOMMY HILFIGER Sneakers Low weiß Damen Gr. 40
95,99 € *
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- Obermaterial mit Anteil an echtem Leder - gepolsterte Einstiegskante - Schmucksteinchenbesatz entlang der Sohlenkante Die TOMMY HILFIGER Jupiter 18a2 Sneakers Low sind im Fersenbereich verstärkt und dank der gepolsterten Decksohle sehr angenehm zu tragen. Die flexible, leicht profilierte Laufsohle mit Plateau ist rutschhemmend. Verschluss: Schnürverschluss Absatzhöhe ca.: 1 cm Schuhweite: E Obermaterial: Leder (Leder), Sonstiges Material (PU) Futter: Leder (Materialmix aus Synthetik und Leder) Decksohle: Textil (Textil) Laufsohle: Sonstiges Material (Gummi)

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Stand: 30.05.2020
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TOMMY HILFIGER Sneakers Low weiß Damen Gr. 41
83,99 € *
zzgl. 3,95 € Versand

- Obermaterial mit Anteil an echtem Leder - gepolsterte Einstiegskante - Schmucksteinchenbesatz entlang der Sohlenkante Die TOMMY HILFIGER Jupiter 18a2 Sneakers Low sind im Fersenbereich verstärkt und dank der gepolsterten Decksohle sehr angenehm zu tragen. Die flexible, leicht profilierte Laufsohle mit Plateau ist rutschhemmend. Verschluss: Schnürverschluss Absatzhöhe ca.: 1 cm Schuhweite: E Obermaterial: Leder (Leder), Sonstiges Material (PU) Futter: Leder (Materialmix aus Synthetik und Leder) Decksohle: Textil (Textil) Laufsohle: Sonstiges Material (Gummi)

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TOMMY HILFIGER Sneakers Low weiß Damen Gr. 42
95,99 € *
zzgl. 3,95 € Versand

- Obermaterial mit Anteil an echtem Leder - gepolsterte Einstiegskante - Schmucksteinchenbesatz entlang der Sohlenkante Die TOMMY HILFIGER Jupiter 18a2 Sneakers Low sind im Fersenbereich verstärkt und dank der gepolsterten Decksohle sehr angenehm zu tragen. Die flexible, leicht profilierte Laufsohle mit Plateau ist rutschhemmend. Verschluss: Schnürverschluss Absatzhöhe ca.: 1 cm Schuhweite: E Obermaterial: Leder (Leder), Sonstiges Material (PU) Futter: Leder (Materialmix aus Synthetik und Leder) Decksohle: Textil (Textil) Laufsohle: Sonstiges Material (Gummi)

Anbieter: mirapodo
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Paperboy , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 645min
9,95 € *
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Paperboy tells the story as only an afternoon paperboy in rural America in the sixties can. Thousands of listeners identified with the unique characters of Colby while listening to The Bridge. They grew to love Tommy and the band of boys, were entertained by their childish pranks, and touched by their generosity. In Paperboy, change is coming to Colby. The shoe factory has sold, and a hat factory is taking its place. A factory manager has been named, and he's definitely not from Colby. There's an influx of interesting newcomers.  The high school principal is also new to Colby. He must deal with teenage pregnancy, the snooping high school office secretary, and the Colby Curls rumor mill. He, too, has a mysterious past and uses it to his advantage.  The pregnant teen and her auto-mechanic single mother aren't Colby natives either. Rumors about both abound. The mother has a past which touches the present and eventually involves the entire town. Tommy and Booger, while delivering the Colby Telegraph, discover that Colby's patriarch Mr. Koch has a heroic but classified history. While raking leaves for Mrs. Whitener, they learn the origin of her accent and how she got to Colby. It's not what most people think. Jupiter Storm, the town's primary purveyor of gossip, whose opinion always exceeds his knowledge, is perpetually annoying. But Tommy and Booger learn that Jupiter is a decorated World War II veteran. And when a threatening stranger appears on the scene, the entire town learns of Jupiter's unique but redeeming skill. How will Colby be different, and how will it be the same? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wes Yeager. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/115403/bk_acx0_115403_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 30.05.2020
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Capeville
35,90 CHF *
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Psycho mass murderers can wreck your summer so fast. John Ajax planned to spend every sun-filled summer day playing Tread Battalion 2 with his friends. Then a super-powered goon tried to kidnap him, and his parents freaked out and sent him to 'hide' in Capeville… a city populated entirely with superheroes and villains. It might be okay if he could fly, or shoot laser beams out of his eyes, or crush a brick in his bare hands. Instead he has a drill-sergeant grandfather, a crush on his boss (Jupiter Girl, a flying, brick-crushing, psychic powerhouse. No laser eyes.) and a best friend with speedster powers and poor impulse control. To make matters worse, the aforementioned psycho mass murderer is trying to kill every super-powered person in the city. If that happens John will lose his job, the respect of Jupiter Girl, and his best friend, too. So mass murder, that's where John plans to draw the line. He may not be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but maybe, just maybe, John can still be a hero. 'This novel of young superheroes hits all the right notes, from the uncertainty and thrill of a first crush to the frustrating realization that the world may not welcome who you are and what you want your life to be. But, more than anything, it is a delightful roller coaster ride of action and adventure.' -- Jake Kerr, Nebula-nominated author of the Tommy Black series 'Matt Mikalatos's latest book is energetic and fun-filled with creative heroes and enough adventure to keep you reading late into the night and hints at future epic stories to come. So strap on your cape and hit the streets! Capeville is one story you don't want to miss!' -- John Otte, author of the Failstate series Sign up for the Capeville newsletter email at bit.ly/capeville!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.05.2020
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Capeville
18,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

Psycho mass murderers can wreck your summer so fast. John Ajax planned to spend every sun-filled summer day playing Tread Battalion 2 with his friends. Then a super-powered goon tried to kidnap him, and his parents freaked out and sent him to 'hide' in Capeville… a city populated entirely with superheroes and villains. It might be okay if he could fly, or shoot laser beams out of his eyes, or crush a brick in his bare hands. Instead he has a drill-sergeant grandfather, a crush on his boss (Jupiter Girl, a flying, brick-crushing, psychic powerhouse. No laser eyes.) and a best friend with speedster powers and poor impulse control. To make matters worse, the aforementioned psycho mass murderer is trying to kill every super-powered person in the city. If that happens John will lose his job, the respect of Jupiter Girl, and his best friend, too. So mass murder, that's where John plans to draw the line. He may not be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but maybe, just maybe, John can still be a hero. 'This novel of young superheroes hits all the right notes, from the uncertainty and thrill of a first crush to the frustrating realization that the world may not welcome who you are and what you want your life to be. But, more than anything, it is a delightful roller coaster ride of action and adventure.' -- Jake Kerr, Nebula-nominated author of the Tommy Black series 'Matt Mikalatos's latest book is energetic and fun-filled with creative heroes and enough adventure to keep you reading late into the night and hints at future epic stories to come. So strap on your cape and hit the streets! Capeville is one story you don't want to miss!' -- John Otte, author of the Failstate series Sign up for the Capeville newsletter email at bit.ly/capeville!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.05.2020
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