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[TDK Australian Audio Book Award entries for 1994] [sound recording]
Bib ID 1829201
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Description [ca. 1994] 
Sound cassette. 
Full contents
  • Titans / Michael Stephens, Humphrey Bower
  • Misery guts / Morris Gleitsman, John Clarke
  • Maestro /Peter Goldsworthy, Jamie Quenbould
  • Bob Bunyip's box of words / Christine Alexander
  • More favourite playschool stories / various traditional writers
  • Stories from Blinky Bill / Sheryn Dee, Heather Steen
  • Chris's multiplication and the camel boy / Christine Alexander, Spike Milligan
  • Cry of the damaged man /Tony Moore
  • Question of rights / Janice Connelly, Margaret Ford
  • Tell me I'm here / Anne Deveson, Lise Rodgers
 
Notes

The National Library of Australia established the TDK Australian Audio Book Awards in 1989 to encourage the production of well produced Australian audio books, the company TDK (Australia) now sponsores the award.

Subjects Audiobooks - Awards - Australia.  |  Audiobooks - Australia.  |  TDK Australian Audio Book Award.
Other authors/contributors National Library of Australia  |  TDK Corporation

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    Copy: Tell me I'm here
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    Copy: Quality Systems
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    Copy: Christina's Multiplications
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    Copy: Bob Bunyip's Box of words
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    Copy: Cry of the damaged man
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    Copy: Morris Gleitzman Misery Guts
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    Copy: Maestro Peter Goldsworthy
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    Copy: Maestro Peter Goldsworthy
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    Copy: Bryce Courtenay reads April Fool's Day
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    Copy: Sara Henderson her bestselling autobiography
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    Copy: I can jump puddles
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    Copy: Favourite play school stories
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    Copy: Stories from Blinky Bill
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    Copy: More favourite play school stories
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    Copy: Things we couldn't say
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