Great Bites For Girls

Great Bites For Girls

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This delightful collection of Bites from the much-loved series has been specially put together for girls. The Sugar-Gum Tree by Patricia Wrightson, illustrated by David Cox Sarah Bell and Penny May were best friends. Sometimes they had fights, but afterwards they were best friends again. Then one day they had a really bad fight. Serena and the Sea Serpent by Garth Nix, illustrated by Stephen Michael King A fierce sea serpent is frightening the people of Blubber Point. Can super-smart Serena Smith scare him off? Jessie and Mr Smith by Jane Godwin, illustrated by Ann James Jessie would love to keep the tortoise in her backyard. But Mr Smith must belong to somebody. Will Jessie find the right home for him? Big Bad Bunnies by Danny Katz, illustrated by Mitch Vane Sandra is scared of bunny rabbits. She's terrified of their SCARY little bunny faces and their long NASTY bunny ears and their EVIL little bunny eyes. So what is Sandra to do when she finds herself at the Petting Zoo with a big BAD bunny snuggling up to her?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 20mm | 394g
  • Penguin Books Australia
  • PUFFIN
  • Hawthorn, Australia
  • 0143308297
  • 9780143308294
  • 1,513,722

About Jane Godwin

Patricia Wrightson was one of Australia's most distinguished writers for children. Her books have won many prestigious awards all over the world. She was awarded an OBE (Officer of the British Empire) in 1977, the Dromkeen Medal in 1984 and the Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 1986, all for her services to children's literature. She was also a four-time winner of the Australian Children's Book Council Book of the Year Award- in 1956 for The Crooked Snake, in 1974 for The Nargun and the Stars, in 1978 for The Ice Is Coming and in 1984 for A Little Fear. Patricia passed away in 2010.
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