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The Flea Thing / Brian Falkner
Bib ID 7731843
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Falkner, Brian, author
 
Description [Place of publication not identified] : Flakner Books, 2016 
©2003 
121 pages ; 20 cm 
ISBN 9780994456755 (paperback)
Summary

Annotation : Twelve-year-old Daniel wins a place on the New Zealand Warrior's rugby league team and becomes the youngest ever player in the history of the game. How? Well, that's a secret. A secret which will turn Daniel's life upside down and inside out, make him a media sensation - a legend in his own time. But even being a league superstar has its downside.

Notes

For young adult.

Subjects Rugby League football -- Juvenile fiction  |  Young adult fiction.  |  Australian

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