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The shark arm case / Vince Kelly ; adapted by Lesley Zuber
Bib ID 2856353
Format BookBook
Author
Zuber, Lesley
 
Description Melbourne, Vic. : Nelson, 1980 
70 p. : ill., ports. ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 0170057356
Series

Classic Australian stories.

Cited In

White, K. Bibliography of Australian children's books, v. 2, no. 1769

Subjects English language. Reading books. Secondary school texts.  |  Readers.
Other authors/contributors Kelly, Vince. Shark arm case  |  Kelly, Vince. Shark arm case

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