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There was an old bloke who swallowed a chook

by P. Crumble

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An Australian version of the rhyme 'I know an old lady that swallowed a fly.' The text uses the dry Australian humour. There is a lot of extra activity in the illustrations e.g. galahs' with special hair dos, fossils. Find the chook' s run away egg in the illustrations (except the ones from inside the old bloke). ( )
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From the team who brought us the popular There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Mozzie comes the companion tale of the old bloke who swallowed a chook! From a chook, to a galah, and a possum, to even larger creatures . . . and items, this old bloke sure is hungry! Will his eating frenzy ever end? Surely he'll burst! Read the book to find out!… (more)

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