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Wo neng tiao guo shui wa / [Ao] Ailun Mashao'er zhu ; Ye Shuo yi
我能跳过水洼 / [澳] 艾伦 马绍尔 著 ; 叶硕 译
Uniform title: I can jump puddles. Chinese
by Marshall, Alan, 1902-1984
©2012 , Beijing Beijing shao nian er tong chu ban she, 2014
北京 北京少年儿童出版社, 2014
BookBook [text, volume]
 
 
Wo neng tiao guo shui wa / Ailun Maxie'er zhu ; Huang Yuanshen, Chen Shilong yi
我能跳过水洼 / 艾伦.马歇尔著 ; 黄源深, 陈士龙译
Uniform title: I can jump puddles. Chinese
by Marshall, Alan, 1902-1984
Beijing : Ren min wen xue chu ban she, 2004
北京 : 人民文学出版社, 2004
 
by Marshall, Alan, 1902-1984
Melbourne, Victoria : Penguin Group Australia, 1955, 2004 , ©2012
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
 
 
by Bozic, Sreten
Melbourne : Council of Adult Education, [1974]
 
 
 
by Morris, Alf
between 1973 and 1984?
AudioAudio [spoken word, performed music, audiocassette]
 
 
Aozhou shen hua yu chuan shuo = Aboriginal myths / Sreten Bozic, Alan Marshall yuan zhu, Li Gengxin yi
澳洲神话与传说 = Aboriginal myths / Sreten Bozic, Alan Marshall 原著, 李更新译
Uniform title: Aboriginal myths. Chinese & English
by Bozic, Sreten
Beijing : Beijing yu yan xue yuan chu ban she, 1987
北京 : 北京语言学院出版社, 1987
 
 
by Brierley, Alec
[Campbells Creek, Victoria] : [Ann McAlpin], 2015 , ©1988
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
Uniform title: Point (Melbourne, Vic.)
Melbourne : Point Writers' Group, 1938
 
 
Uniform title: Point (Melbourne, Vic.)
Melbourne : Point Writers' Group, 1938
 
 
by Werder, Felix, 1922-2012
Grosvenor Place, N.S.W. : Reproduced and distributed by the Australian Music Centre, [2001]
 
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