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Feeney's fiendish fleas / S. Carey
Bib ID 6225787
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Carey, S, author
 
Description Melbourne, Victoria : Puffin, 2013 
©2013 
61 pages ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 9780143306993
Series

Carey, S. Eerie.

Eerie

Summary

There's a funfair in town, but this one isn't fun or fair, it's fiendish, as Flynn and Jen find out when they go looking for their missing dog.

Subjects Flea circuses -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Horror tales.  |  Children's stories.  |  Australian
Form/genre Horror fiction.  |  Children's stories
Other authors/contributors Carey, S

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