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Lollipop whistle's woes : introducing Lottie / written by Luise Crossley; illustrated by Karen Erasmus
Bib ID 6871273
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Crossley, Louise, author
 
Description [Burnside, Victoria] : Louise Crossley, [2011] 
©2011 
1 volume (unpaged ) : colour illustrations ; 21 x 24 cm 
ISBN 9780980719925 (paperback)
Notes

Title from cover.

For children.

Subjects Pedestrian crosswalks -- Juvenile literature.  |  Traffic safety and children -- Juvenile literature.  |  Pedestrian crosswalks.  |  Traffic safety and children.  |  Australian
Form/genre Juvenile works.
Other authors/contributors Erasmus, Karen. illustrator
Also Titled

Introducing Lottie

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