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Rightway Jack / David Cox
Bib ID 8152742
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Cox, David, 1933- author, illustrator
 
Description Sydney : The Bodley Head, 1987 
28 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 21 x 27 cm. 
ISBN 0370310594
Summary

Australian.

Full contents An older brother shows his sister the wrong way to mount a horse, causing the horse to bolt and take the boy on a ride that he's not expecting. 
Notes

For children.

For children.

Subjects Country life -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Horsemanship.  |  Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.  |  Horsemanship -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Children's stories in English Australian writers, 1945- - Texts  |  Australian
Form/genre Fiction.  |  Juvenile works.

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