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Cowzat! by Bruce Atherton
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Cowzat! (2010)

by Bruce Atherton

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For the fairest team of all - Kate, Darcey, Grace and Emerson. BA
For my beloved grandparents Reg and Von, Majorie and, of course, Jim (1921 - 2008) BR
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One sunny day Down Under in a paddock b y a stream, aherd of cows was eating grass and making milk and cream...
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At last the true story of how cricket was invented! Not in England or even in India, but right here in Australia ! It was on one fateful day when dairy cow Daisy May got a cricket up her nose and sneezed. Her friend Floppy May grabbed a stick from a nearby willow tree and whacked the flying cricket over the fence with a pleasant-sounding click. All the other cows gathered round to have a go and very soon they had worked out a set of rules and were playing cricket, the new craze, in the paddock from dawn till dusk... Told in rollicking verse and with zany illustrations, this book will bowl you over!… (more)

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