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Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 Figaro and Rumba
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y separately published work icon The Complete Adventures of Figaro and Rumba Anna Fienberg , Stephen Michael King (illustrator), Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2017 10655135 2017 selected work picture book children's

'From the creator of Tashi - meet the irrepressible dog Figaro and his cat-friend Rumba, who find themselves in big adventures that are fabulous fun for chapter book readers. With pictures in full-colour by award- winning illustrator Stephen Michael King.

'Come on two fabulous adventures with two best friends.

'When Figaro and Rumba catch the Very Fast Train to the beach, they meet a cunning crocodile with conga drums and a satin waistcoat, but they can't imagine such a musical creature might be a villain with a catnapping plan...

'And when Figaro howls in the Cool Cats' choir, the little ginger cat takes him exploring in the Catmobile. Open-air driving is the best thing ever, but Figaro thinks he's seen a monster in the car...' (Publication summary)

y separately published work icon Figaro and Rumba and the Cool Cats Anna Fienberg , Stephen Michael King (illustrator), Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2013 6421783 2013 single work picture book children's

'Figaro and Rumba are old friends. And their new friends are the cats who run the Cool Cats Cafe. Customers come from everywhere to try their chicken empanadas, and to swoon beneath the spell of their singing and steel guitars.

'But the Cool Cats top singer can't rehearse while Figaro is howling out of tune. Anyway, Figaro would rather be exploring than singing, and Dora, the little ginger cat, has the keys to the singer's classic Catmobile! Figaro had thought he'd seen a monster in the car, but when he sniffed inside he could only smell polish, leather and fish... so off they go! Vroom, vroom, vroo-oo- ooom!' (Publisher's blurb)

y separately published work icon Figaro and Rumba and the Crocodile Cafe Anna Fienberg , Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2012 Z1888841 2012 single work children's fiction children's Figaro and Rumba are best friends. Figaro is a dog who loved to run like the wind. And rumba is a cat who once sang and danced in Cuba. When they catch the very fast train that goes all the way to the beach, they meeting a cunning crocodile with conga drums and an elegant satin waistcoat. Surely such a musical creature couldn't be a villian? (Libraries Australia)

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First known date: 2012
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