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Issue Details: First known date: 1924 1924
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Joan is secretly in love with Billy Dawson, who lives on the farm adjoining her parents' property. When she spies a city girl, Mollie Marsden, sitting on Billy's verandah, Joan is devastated. When Mollie is injured in an accident, Joan will have to make critical decisions.

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    y How Wonder Won the Cup and Other Poems and Stories Chuppie Bloxsome , Glen Innes : Glen Innes Examiner , 1924 Z799404 1924 selected work children's fiction poetry drama children's

    Most of the items in this book were written when the author was a fourteen year old schoolboy and can be classified as being for children, although some were obviously intended for a general audience (e.g., the poems and stories on horse racing). In addition to poetry and fiction, there are two one-act plays: 'In the Indian's Camp' and 'A Perilous Picnic: (A Short Play)'.

    Glen Innes : Glen Innes Examiner , 1924
    pg. 85-92
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