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Joan Margaret Phipson AM (1912-2003) was an award-winning Australian children's writer. She lived on a farm in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales and many of her books evoke the stress and satisfaction of living in the Australian countryside, floods, bushfires, drought and all. Two of her novels, Good Luck to the Rider and The Family Conspiracy, won the Australian Children's Book of the Year Award.

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by Phipson, Joan, 1912-2003
Leicester, [England] : Knight Books, 1973 , ©1966
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by Phipson, Joan, 1912-2003
[Melbourne] : Macmillan of Australia, 1970
 
 
by Phipson, Joan, 1912-2003
London : Sydney : Constable ; Angus & Robertson, 1966 , ©1966
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Phipson, Joan, 1912-2003
Croydon, Vic. : Longmans of Australia, 1969
 
 
by Phipson, Joan, 1912-2003
Ringwood, Vic. : Puffin, 1989, c1988
 
 
Uniform title: Watcher in the garden. Swedish
by Phipson, Joan, 1912-2003
Stockholm : Sjostrands, c1986
 
 
Uniform title: Hit and run. Danish
by Phipson, Joan, 1912-2003
Kobenhavn : Forum, 1989
 
 
by Phipson, Joan, 1912-2003
Port Melbourne : Mammoth Australia, 1989
 
 
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