15.07.2021 – 09:48
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Today I am proud to present to you the book The Mosquito Intellectual Evolution by Camilla Maria Kowalski.
Mosquitoes Clause and Hubert see the world through the eyes of tiny mosquitoes and are amazed at how people behave. Hubert is so fascinated by people that he is learning a human language in hopes of promoting the evolution of mosquitoes. Clause is disturbed by his friend’s human language skills, as Hubert often incorporates vocabulary into his conversations that Clausey does not understand.
In addition, Hubert considers himself particularly intellectual and likes to emphasize his intellectual nature. However, they are the best of friends who always stick together and automatically implement their crazy ideas together. In short dialogues, they tell us about their strange thoughts and experiences, which are often so absurd that they lack any logic.
Curious? I am glad you know more about this book and want to read it and then decided whether to publish a review of the book. any questions? Do you want to arrange an interview? Do you want a copy to read? You can ask me directly at [email protected]
For the book:The Mosquito Intellectual Evolution by Kamilla-Maria Kowalski, 200 pages, €12.99, ISBN: 9783754136898, hardcover, ISBN: 9783754136911, €20.99
About the author Camilla Maria Kowalski:The author (born in 1979 in Poland) came to Germany with her parents at the age of nine. A few years later she studied education, social psychology, social anthropology and sociology at the Ruhr University in Bochum. Its main function is in the field of education. In addition to writing, fitness is her great hobby. She is a certified fitness trainer and loves to run in nature.
Would you like to learn more about the book and the author? on the site https://www.kamilla-maria-kowalski.com/ You can find more information.
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