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The PETA guide to the Children's Book Council awards shortlist
Bib ID 514630
Format JournalJournal
Description Newtown, N.S.W. : Primary English Teaching Association 
v. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Description based on: 2000; caption title.

Life Dates -2008 
Later Title

Exploring the ... CBCA short list

Subjects Children's Book Council of Australia.  |  Children's literature - Periodicals.  |  Children's literature, Australian - Awards - Periodicals.  |  Literary prizes - Australia - Periodicals.  |  Children's literature, Australian - 20th century - Periodicals.  |  Children's literature, Australian - 21st century - Periodicals.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Primary English Teaching Association
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Primary English Teaching Association guide to the Children's Book Council awards shortlist

Guide to the Children's Book Council awards shortlist

Children's Book Council awards shortlist

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