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Ginger Meggs meets the test / written by Bill Peach ; illustrated by Dan Russell ; created by Bancks
Bib ID 2778642
Format BookBook
Author
Peach, Bill, 1935-2013
 
Description Sydney : Angus & Robertson, 1976 
[28]p. : col.ill. ; 29cm. 
ISBN 0207136017
Invalid ISBN 0207133778
Series

Young Australia series

Marcie Muir collection of Australian children's books.

Notes

For children.

Cited In

White, v. 2, 10089

Subjects Cricket - Juvenile fiction.  |  Children's stories in English. Australian writers, 1945-. Texts.
Other authors/contributors Russell, Dan. illus

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