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Elizabeth Colina Katayama (; 9 October 19124 September 1998) was an Australian writer under the pseudonym Elizabeth Kata, best known for Be Ready with Bells and Drums (1961), which was made into the award-winning film A Patch of Blue (1965).

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Uniform title: Be ready with bells and drums
by Kata, Elizabeth
Melbourne : Australian Large Print, 1986
 
 
by Kata, Elizabeth
[Harmondsworth, England] : Penguin Books in association with Michael Joseph, [1967]
 
 
by Kata, Elizabeth
Melbourne : Bolinda Press, Australian Large Print Audion & Video, 1999, c1981
 
 
Lan tian yi fang / Yilishabai Xiangtian zhu ; Tang Zhengqiu, He Wenan, Yan Lili yi
蓝天一方 / 伊丽莎白・香田著 ; 唐正秋, 何文安, 阎立礼译
Uniform title: Be ready with bells and drums. Chinese
by Kata, Elizabeth
Shanghai : Shanghai yi wen chu ban she, 1983
上海 : 上海译文出版社, 1983
 
 
by Kata, Elizabeth
Hornsby, N.S.W. : Child & Henry and Western Plains, 1981
 
 
 
 
by Kata, Elizabeth
Melbourne : Bolinda Press, Australian Large Print Audio & Video, 1999, c1979
 
 
by Kata, Elizabeth
North Rocks, N.S.W. : Royal N.S.W. Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, 1979
BookBook [braille]
 
 
by Kata, Elizabeth
Cammeray, N.S.W. : Horwitz, 1979
 
 
Uniform title: Be ready with bells and drums
by Kata, Elizabeth
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England : Penguin Books in association with Michael Joseph, 1986 , ©1961
BookBook [text, volume]
 
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