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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Stories from Squeak Street
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  • Other formats: Also sound recording.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Adelaide, South Australia,:Working Title Press , 2014 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Old Bun and the Burglar, Emily Rodda , 2005 single work children's fiction children's
Old Bun can't believe his luck! Soon after he receives a note warning him about burglars in Mouseville, three strong mice from the Rich Mouse Guard Company offer to help. (Back cover)
One-Shoe's Wishes, Emily Rodda , 2005 single work children's fiction children's
When One-Shoe finds a dusty little blue bottle on his travels, he knows it's a treasure. He can't wait to clean it up and put it in his shop window. Little does he know that the bottle is even stranger than it seems. (Back cover)
Fee-Fee's Holiday, Emily Rodda , 2005 single work children's fiction children's
Everyone in Squeak Street wants to help Fee-Fee win the big Cheesey Chews competition. The first prize is a luxury holiday, and that's just what poor, tired Fee-Fee needs. But her friends soon find out that helping is harder than they thought. (Back cover)
Pink-Paw's Painting, Emily Rodda , 2005 single work children's fiction children's
'Pink-Paw has just nine hours to come up with a large painting that is interesting and full of life for the residents of the Sunny Corner Home for Lonely Old Mice. Can she do it?' (Source: Google Books).
Lucky Clive, Emily Rodda , 2005 single work children's fiction children's
'When Clive discovers that two of his old school friends have become rich and famous, he decides to leave his boring life behind him and find an interesting new career' (Source: bookseller's website).

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