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Naruto Vol. 3: Dreams

Naruto Volume 3

Dreams
Naruto's sensei Kakashi believes that the diablolical Zabuza survived their last battle. Now, in anticipation of their enemy's return, Kakashi puts Naruto, Sasuke and Sakura through rigorous training programs to increase their focus and control. This time, the job of protecting the old bridge builder Tazuna and his family will be a hundred times more difficult!
Masashi Kishimoto
205 Pages
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Naruto Vol. 4: The Hero's Bridge

The Hero's Bridge

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In the Land of Waves, Naruto and his teammates Sakura and Sasuke, along with their sensei Kakashi, struggle to protect the bridge builder Tazuna and his family from Gato's hired thugs. When one of Naruto's friends falls in battle, Naruto is faced with the most difficult choice of his life. How far will he go to protect his friends? And does he have what it takes to be a hero?
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