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Wilderness orphan / Dorothy Cottrell
Bib ID 2271808
Format BookBook
Author
Cottrell, Dorothy, 1902-1957
 
Description Sydney : Ian Novak, 1961 
64 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Summary

Chut, an orphan Joey, is raised by Tom Henton and his wife and Tom teaches him to box. Drought strikes and in desperate need of money Tom is forced to sell Chut to a circus owner whose cruelty results in tragedy.

Notes

For children.

Cited In

Muir, M. A bibliography of Australian children's books, 1805

Subjects Animal welfare -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Kangaroos -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Wild animals as pets -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Cruelty -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Country life -- Queensland -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Human-animal relationships -- Juvenile fiction.
Form/genre Children's stories, Australian.

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