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Rosina Ruth Lucia Park AM (24 August 191714 December 2010)The Australian, 18 December 2010She always refused to confirm the actual date, and the published information varies from 1917 to 1924 (Source: Pegasus Book Orphanage) was a New Zealand–born Australian author. Her best known works are the novels The Harp in the South (1948) and Playing Beatie Bow (1980), and the children's radio serial The Muddle-Headed Wombat (1951–1970), which also spawned a book series (1962–1982).

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by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Melbourne, Victoria : Penguin Group (Australia), 2012 , ©2012
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
 
 
 
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Australia : Penguin Group Australia, 2009 , ©1985
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
 
 
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Pymble, N.S.W. : HarperCollins Publishers Australia, 2009
 
 
Uniform title: One-a-pecker, two-a-pecker
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin, 1993
 
 
Uniform title: Good looking woman
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin, 1994
 
 
 
 
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin Books, 1990, c1951
 
 
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Ringwood, Vic. : Viking Kestrel, 1986
 
 
Uniform title: Playing Beatie Bow. Swedish
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Stockholm : Sjöstrands Förlag, c1986
 
 
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Sydney : Angus and Robertson, [1957]
 
 
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin Books Australia, 1978
 
 
 
Uonbatto to haru no mahō / Rūsu Pāku ; Noera Yangu e; Kashima Aoi yaku
ウォンバットと春のまほう / ル-ス・パ-ク作 ; ノエラ・ヤング絵 ; 加島葵訳
Uniform title: The muddle-headed Wombat in the springtime. Japanese
by Park, Ruth, 1917-2010
Tōkyō : Sakuhokusha, 2001
東京 : 朔北社, 2002
 
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