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Wombat stew / Marcia K. Vaughan ; illustrated by Pamela Lofts
Bib ID 1666572
Format BookBook
Author
Vaughan, Marcia K. (Marcia Kay)
 
Description Sydney : Ashton Scholastic, 1985 
[30] p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0868964050 (corrected) (paperback)
0868964042
Invalid ISBN 0868962589 0868962856 (corrected)
Notes

Previous ed.: 1984.

For children.

Subjects Zoology -- Australia -- Juvenile literature.  |  Wombats -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Dingo -- Juvenile fiction.
Other authors/contributors Lofts, Pamela

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