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Bertie & friends in the great Jellyland air race / written by Geoff Stuart ; designed by Nicholas Reid ; illustrations by Oscar Daproza
Bib ID 6377351
Format BookBook [text, image, volume]
Author
Stuart, Geoff, 1951- , author
 
Description Surry Hills, NSW : Energi Publishing, 1999 
©1999 
20 unnumbered pages : colour illustration ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 0646375423
Series

Kerry White collection of Australian children's books.

Notes

Pre- school children.

Other authors/contributors Reid, Nicholas, 1975-  |  Daproza Oscar, 1969- , illustrator
Available From Energi Publishing, Energi Building, Cnr Foveaux & Balmore Sts, Surry Hills NSW 2010 

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