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A pet for Mrs. Arbuckle / text by Gwenda Smyth ; pictures by Ann James
Bib ID 1509805
Format BookBook
Author
Smyth, Gwenda
 
Description West Melbourne : Nelson, 1981 
[29] p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0170059553
0170059553
Summary

Mrs Emmeline Arbuckle decided she wanted a pet. She asked the gingernut cat from down the street who suggested that she advertise which she did and found herself interviewing some most unusual applicants.

Notes

For children.

Subjects Children's stories in English. Australian writers, 1945-. Texts  |  Pets - Juvenile literature.  |  Human-animal relationships - Juvenile fiction.
Form/genre Fantastic fiction.  |  Picture books for children
Other authors/contributors James, Ann, 1952-

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