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Junk castle / Robin Klein ; illustrated by Rolf Heimann
Bib ID 2007419
Format BookBook
Author
Klein, Robin, 1936-
 
Description Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1983 
76 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 019554420X
Summary

Mr. Drake thinks it's an ugly pile of old rubbish which should go. Mandy, Irene, Con and Splinter know it's a stupendous castle which should stay. Who will win the battle of the junk castle?

Notes

For children.

Subjects Children's stories in English. Australian writers, 1945-. Texts  |  Play -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Castles -- Juvenile fiction.
Form/genre Humorous stories.  |  Children's stories, Australian.
Other authors/contributors Heimann, Rolf, 1940-

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