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Dog 37
Dog 37
John Danalis


When the Turnbulls go away on holidays, something has to be done with their lovable dog, Boof. So they book him into The Big Bone for three weeks of canine luxury. But when you're a dog, three weeks ...

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If Bees Rode Shiny Bicycles
If Bees Rode Shiny...
Michelle A. Taylo...


"Hundreds and thousands of stars curved cashew moon sky the colour of chocolate ten sausage toes in socks warm as toast beneath the blankets and cream sheets my mother’s words: ‘you look good enough t ...

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The Punjabi Pappadum
The Punjabi Pappad...
Robert Newton


"Dexter Macallister bit into a samosa dripping with mint sauce. Thousands of dozing tastebuds jumped to attention, popping off in his mouth like a kid let loose on bubble wrap." The legendary, mouthw ...


The Frog Prince Of Barker
The Frog Prince Of...
Helen Clulow


"I'm not weird. Alright, I admit I sometimes do stupid things, like the time I advertised my sister's room for rent, but in general I am not weird. Kissing frogs, I know, qualifies as weird, but ... ...


Alex Jackson: Grommet
Alex Jackson: Grom...
Pat Flynn


A raucous, riotous, devilish, urgent tale of a thirteen-year-old grommet, Alex. This is a fast-paced school adventure story that perfectly captures the essence of puberty and first love.


Tom Jones Saves The World
Tom Jones Saves Th...
Steven Herrick


"I hate that wall Everytime I go for a bike-ride Mum says, "Stay within the walls". So I ride around in circles, Like a circus animal. It's a prison. A prison for kids." Dumb things become important ...


Rain May And Captain Daniel
Rain May And Capta...
Catherine Bateson


Rain May and her mum escape their old inner-city life for a dream house in the country. But there are more than a few suprises in store - like discovering a platypus or the fun of fridge poetry and p ...


Nathan Nuttboard Hits The Beach
Nathan Nuttboard H...
Anthony Eaton


A few days at the beach, camping with your family. Sounds like a good time, right? Maybe, but don't forget to factor in: * the motobike riding bogan * an older sister in love * a tent which is suffe ...


What Truly Counts
What Truly Counts
Laurine Croasdale


When Rupert Whizz is accelerated from Year 7 to Year 9 he doesn't fit in anywhere. He's too smart for year 7 and the Year 9s think he's lame. Classmates like Richo have been dating for ages but Rupe ...


My Life, My Love, My Lasagne
My Life, My Love, ...
Steven Herrick


My sister doesn't eat meat. She calls herself a vegetarian Mum calls her sensitive. Dad calls her a nutcase. I don't call her anything unless she picks on me Then I call her names I can't mention in a ...



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