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Source: Hardie Grant Egmont
y separately published work icon Squishy Taylor in Zero Gravity single work   children's fiction   children's  
Is part of Squishy Taylor Ailsa Wild , 2016 series - author children's fiction (number 5 in series)
Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Squishy Taylor in Zero Gravity
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'Sita ‘Squishy’ Taylor is a cheeky, sneaky 11-year-old who lives with her dad and step-family in a very crowded apartment. Luckily for Squishy, their building is huge – and there's always plenty of mysteries to investigate! Like…

1. How long would it take to cycle to a space station?

2. Why does red cordial make everyone more fun?

3. How come you can't hug over the internet?

4. Why is there a renegade astronaut on the roof?' (publication blurb)

Notes

  • For primary school age.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

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    y separately published work icon Squishy Taylor and the Even More Amazing Adventures Ailsa Wild , Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2017 14739253 2017 collected work children's fiction children's

    'A hilarious junior fiction book series from Ailsa Wild about solving mysteries, blending families and leaping to conclusions. Squishy is a cheeky, sneaky 11-year-old who lives with her dad and stepfamily in a VERY crowded apartment. Luckily for her, their building is huge – and there’s always plenty of mysteries to investigate! In her even MORE amazing adventures, Squishy and her bonus sisters tackle the big cases: What do you do when everyone is mad at your hero? Why is there a renegade astronaut on the roof next door? Who’s storing toxic waste under their park?'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    Richmond : Hardie Grant Egmont , 2017

Works about this Work

Squishy Taylor in Zero Gravity : Review Liz Ledden , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: Buzz Words , July 2016;

— Review of Squishy Taylor in Zero Gravity Ailsa Wild , 2016 single work children's fiction
'The fifth Squishy Taylor book opens with Squishy playing space-stations with her half-sisters Jessie and Vee (whom she refers to as her ‘Bonus Sisters’ throughout the series). This sets the scene for the book’s space-themed antics. While peering through their telescope to view a meteor shower, the girls notice something else intriguing. Someone resembling an astronaut is on a nearby rooftop, with what looks to be a rocket with visible sparks flying out. ...'
Squishy Taylor in Zero Gravity : Review Liz Ledden , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: Buzz Words , July 2016;

— Review of Squishy Taylor in Zero Gravity Ailsa Wild , 2016 single work children's fiction
'The fifth Squishy Taylor book opens with Squishy playing space-stations with her half-sisters Jessie and Vee (whom she refers to as her ‘Bonus Sisters’ throughout the series). This sets the scene for the book’s space-themed antics. While peering through their telescope to view a meteor shower, the girls notice something else intriguing. Someone resembling an astronaut is on a nearby rooftop, with what looks to be a rocket with visible sparks flying out. ...'
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