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Forest secrets : a young adult novel / by David W. Laing
Bib ID 6290601
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Laing, David, author
 
Description Docklands, VIC : JoJo Publishing, 2013 
201 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm 
ISBN 9780987358561 (paperback)
Series

Laing, David. Forest trilogy ; book 3.

Summary

A rhotosaurus, a phantom kid, a ghost mountain and a 'Bushman Extraordinaire', called Reginald Blowhard, all come together to form David Laing's latest tale, Forest Secrets, the third book of his trilogy for young adults. The protagonist is a young Aboriginal girl called Jars, who, along with her faithful dog, Shadow and her tearaway cousin, Snook, embark on an adventure neither will forget.

Notes

"Ghosts come in many guises..." -- Front cover.

For children.

Subjects Ghost stories.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Fiction.  |  Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Fiction.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Laing, David
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