Series: Aussie Bites

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The Even Stranger Adventures of Isadore Brown by Ursula Dubosarsky
Fort Island by David Metzenthen
Ginger by Christobel Mattingley
Goldfever by Justin D'Ath
The hand-knitted hero by David Metzenthen
The Horrible Holiday by Catherine Jinks
Imp by Allan Baillie
The Isador Brown (Aussie Bites) by Ursula Dubosarsky
Isador Brown's Strangest Adventure of All by Ursula Dubosarsky
Jaleesa the Emu by Susannah Brindle
Let it rip! by Archimede Fusillo
Miss Wolf and the Porkers by Bill Condon
Mummy's Boy by Margaret Clark
No Place for Grubbs! by Max Dann
One Night at Lottie's House by Max Dann
Pop! by M. D. Clark
Snap! by Margaret Clark
Teacher's Pest by Max Dann
The Too-Tight Tutu by Sherryl Clark

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Aussie Bites are short chapter books written by popular Australian authors, aimed at 7–10 yr olds.

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