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Mark Ward Mark Ward i(A50213 works by)
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2 2 y separately published work icon Cairo Jim on the Trail to Chacha Muchos : An Epic Tale of Rhythm Geoffrey McSkimming , Sydney : Hodder and Stoughton , 1992 Z793735 1992 single work children's fiction children's adventure humour ' Legend has it that somewhere in Peru, atop a towering, jungle-covered mountain, stand the ruins of ChaCha Muchos, the Lost City of Dancers. What happened there nearly five hundred years ago remains a mystery. Who were these people? And why, in the end, did the entire tribe dance itself into extinction? When that well-known archaeologist and little-known poet, Cairo Jim, sets out to solve the mystery, he doesn't know that he is not the only one on the trail to ChaCha Muchos.' (Libraries Australia record).
1 y separately published work icon Forbidden Territory Kathleen Allanby , Sydney : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich , 1992 23102788 1992 single work children's fiction children's
2 2 y separately published work icon Cairo Jim and Doris in Search of Martenarten : A Tale of Archaeology, Adventure and Astonishment Geoffrey McSkimming , Sydney : Hodder and Stoughton , 1991 Z837285 1991 single work children's fiction children's adventure humour ' Far away in Upper Egypt, in a place known as the Valley of the Kings, that well-known archaeologist and little-known poet, Cairo Jim (assisted by Doris the macaw and Brenda the Wonder Camel) is searching for the lost tomb of Pharaoh Martenarten, Worshipper of the Moon and King of Ancient Egypt. But somebody of great deviousness, treachery and manicured evil wants what they are after. And he will stop at nothing to claim it for his own.' (Libraries Australia record).
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