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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Noise in the Night
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'During a summer holiday at their grandparents' farm, Kate Firth and her brother Sam find an unusual, blue egg near a river bed. They take it home and build it a cosy nest in their bedroom. That night, a scratching noise wakes them. A mysterious creature hatches from the egg and leads them into a new adventure and some important discoveries!' (Publication summary)

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    • Mount Waverley, Ashwood - Mulgrave area, Melbourne South East, Melbourne, Victoria,: Aussie School Books , 2008 .
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      • Publication date 01 December 2008
      ISBN: 9781921255175
      Series: y separately published work icon Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! Read! Read! Read! Blake Education (publisher), Mount Waverley : Blake Education Aussie School Books , Z1841343 2007 series - publisher children's fiction children's

      'AUSSIE! AUSSIE! AUSSIE! stories are written for young Australians aged 7-10 and levelled appropriately. They are supported by cartoon illustrations which add meaning to the text for the young reader.

      'The series was commissioned to ensure Australian primary school students have access to engaging, quality Australian stories and stories set in an Australian context.

      'The stories were chosen for the quality of the story and the way in which it represented the essence of the Australian character, Australian values and the uniqueness of the Australian urban, rural and natural environment.'

      (Source: Publisher's website)

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