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The Little World of Don Camillo series

Don Camillo is a fictional hotheaded priest who is constantly at odds with the communist mayor Peppone in a rural Italian village. The Camillo character was created by the Italian writer and journalist Giovannino Guareschi.

Books in the The Little World of Don Camillo series:

Comrade Don Camillo (1964)

The fifth collection of stories of a little Italian village in the valley of the Po where the priest Don Camillo battles the communist mayor Peppone.

Author: Giovanni Guareschi
Illustrator: Giovanni Guareschi

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Don Camillo and His Flock (1952)

The second collection of stories of a little Italian village in the valley of the Po where the priest Don Camillo battles the communist mayor Peppone.

Author: Giovanni Guareschi
Illustrator: Giovanni Guareschi

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Don Camillo Meets the Flower Children (1970)

The sixth collection of stories of a little Italian village in the valley of the Po where the priest Don Camillo battles the communist mayor Peppone.

Author: Giovanni Guareschi
Illustrator: Giovanni Guareschi
Catherine Smolich

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Don Camillo Takes the Devil by the Tail (1957)

The fourth collection of stories of a little Italian village in the valley of the Po where the priest Don Camillo battles the communist mayor Peppone.

Author: Giovanni Guareschi
Illustrator: Giovanni Guareschi

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Don Camillo’s Dilemma (1954)

The third collection of stories of a little Italian village in the valley of the Po where the priest Don Camillo battles the communist mayor Peppone.

Author: Giovanni Guareschi
Illustrator: Giovanni Guareschi

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The Little World of Don Camillo (1950)

Stories of a little Italian village in the valley of the Po where the priest Don Camillo battles the communist mayor Peppone.

Author: Giovanni Guareschi
Illustrator: Giovanni Guareschi

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