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The most important boy in Australia : 75 years of Ginger Meggs / by Lindsay Foyle ; with an introduction by Bill Peach
Bib ID 2871808
Format BookBook
Author
Foyle, Lindsay
 
Description Strawberry Hills, N.S.W. : Australian Black & White Artists' Club, 1996 
20 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0646301004
Subjects Ginger Meggs (Cartoon character) -- History.  |  Children's stories, Australian.  |  Comic books, strips, etc.
Other authors/contributors Peach, Bill, 1935-2013  |  Australian Black and White Artists' Club
Available From Australian Black and White Artists' Club, PO Box 318 Strawberry Hills NSW 2012. 

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