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2 6 y separately published work icon Cyclone Jackie French , Bruce Whatley (illustrator), ( trans. Xuan Liu et. al.agent with title 飓风 ) Shijiazhuang : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2019 9232503 2016 single work picture book children's

'Pile the presents by the tree/ Though clouds spiral out at sea./ Wind snarls, skies weep grey/ But Santa's sleigh is on its way!

'Christmas Eve 1974 is marked indelibly into the Australian psyche, as the night tropical Cyclone Tracy devastated the city of Darwin. Now, over 40 years later, Jackie French's lyrical rhyming text tells the story of a city's indomitable spirit, and Bruce Whatley's sumptuous illustrations bring to life the powerful force of the storm to a whole new generation of readers.' (Publication summary)

2 6 y separately published work icon Fire Jackie French , Bruce Whatley (illustrator), ( trans. Yulin Liu et. al.agent with title 火灾 ) Shijiazhuang : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2019 6165532 2013 single work picture book children's

'One small spark brought fire awake

'Winding like a small black snake

'Fire flickered, fire crept

'Flames snickered, bushfire leapt...

'Inspired by the bushfires that have affected many Australians, Fire is a moving and sensitive story of a natural disaster as seen through the eyes of a cockatoo. The fire mercilessly engulfs homes and land, leaving a devastating path of destruction.

'But from the ruins, courage, kindness and new life grows.

'A beautiful and timely expression of the strength of the Australian spirit during times of adversity. ' (Publication summary)

2 y separately published work icon Things My Pa Told Me Anthony Bertini , Jonathan Bentley (illustrator), ( trans. Yiman Li et. al.agent with title 爸爸告诉我的事 ) Shijiazhuang : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2018 14398469 2018 single work picture book children's

'A meditation on fatherhood, and a timeless story that will resonate with fathers across the generations.

'As a day unfolds in a quiet Italian village, a father encapsulates his hopes and dreams for his young child. Wise, moving and inspirational, What My Pa Told Me is the perfect story for fathers to share with their children.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

2 9 y separately published work icon Cat Mike Dumbleton , Craig Smith (illustrator), ( trans. Liaoliao with title 还好是这样 ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2014 Z1364369 2007 single work picture book children's 'Share a day with Cat and find out how exciting, exhausting, and downright dangerous life can be!'
6 3 y separately published work icon Piglet and Papa Margaret Wild , Stephen Michael King (illustrator), ( trans. Xia Mu with title 皮皮猪和爸爸 ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2014 Z1364356 2007 single work picture book children's "When Piglet's beloved father chases her away after she plays too rough, all of the barnyard animals try to make her feel better, but Piglet is still afraid that her father no longer loves her." (Source: Trove)
3 5 y separately published work icon Piglet and Granny Margaret Wild , Stephen Michael King (illustrator), ( trans. Xia Mu with title 皮皮猪和奶奶 ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2013 Z1614994 2009 single work picture book children's 'Piglet is waiting for her granny. While she waits she plays all sorts of games that Granny has taught her - balancing, somersaults, chasey and hide-and seek. Cow, Horse, Duck and Sheep are very impressed. And when Granny finally arrrives she has a brand new game for Piglet to play.' (Publication summary)
2 4 y separately published work icon Crocodile Cake Palo Morgan , Chris Nixon (illustrator), ( trans. Xin Lin with title 鳄鱼蛋糕 ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2013 Z1606858 2009 single work picture book children's 'Written in fast-paced, catchy verse Crocodile Cake is about a little girl who bakes a very dangerous cake - the kind you have to eat before it eats you.' (From the publisher's website)
5 5 y separately published work icon Piglet and Mama Margaret Wild , Stephen Michael King (illustrator), ( trans. Xia Mu with title 皮皮猪和妈妈 ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2013 Z1111515 2003 single work picture book children's

'When Piglet cannot find her mother, all of the barnyard animals try to make her feel better, but Piglet wants nothing but Mama.' (Source: Trove)

4 2 y separately published work icon The Very Itchy Bear Nick Bland , Nick Bland (illustrator), ( trans. Tan Xudong with title 好痒好痒的熊 ) China : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2012 Z1702046 2010 single work picture book children's

"There is just one creature bothing him: a persistent flea. Bear tries to get away, but Flea just won't leave him alone. When Bear finally gets rid of Flea, he finds that he misses him - and a new friendship is born." (Source: Trove)

3 5 y separately published work icon A Monster Wrote Me a Letter Nick Bland , Nick Bland (illustrator), ( trans. Tan Xudong with title 怪物给我写的信 ) China : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2012 Z1218032 2005 single work picture book children's

"This story, told in rhyme, is about a young boy and a monster who get to spend the day together, following an exchange of letters.

A monster wrote me a letter today. He said he was coming to my house to play. But what if he's scary and won't go away. What if the monster decides to stay...?" (Source: Trove)

2 5 y separately published work icon The Race for the Chinese Zodiac Gabrielle Wang , Sally Rippin (illustrator), Regine Abos (illustrator), ( trans. Ren Rongrong with title 十二生肖传说 ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2011 Z1696769 2010 single work picture book children's 'The Jade Emperor has declared a great race: the first animals to cross the river will win a place in the Chinese Zodiac. Thirteen animals line up along the shore, but there are only twelve places to be won. Who will miss out?' (Source: Trove)
6 6 y separately published work icon Clancy and Millie and the Very Fine House Libby Gleeson , Freya Blackwood (illustrator), ( trans. Yiran Yi with title 最溫暖的家 ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2011 Z1636597 2009 single work picture book children's 'Like the three little pigs who leave the safety of their family home and venture out into the world, Clancy has moved with his parents from his cosy little cottage nestled amongst trees on a sunny street to a mutli-level mansion in a canyon of concrete buildings. It's the best house...It's a very fine dwelling remarks his mother and father. Clancy seems less convinced...he investigates the pile of empty packing boxes outside his new backyard. At that moment, Millie, his new next door neighbour...climbs over the fence and asks Can I play too?' (taken from Nola Allen's 'Cover Book Review' in Magpies: Talking about Books for Children, Vol 24, No. 4, Sept, 2009).
4 y separately published work icon Dingoes at Dinnertime Mary Pope Osborne , ( trans. Unknown with title Jie chu mo zhou ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2008 Z1870662 2000 single work children's fiction children's 'The magic tree house whisks Jack and Annie away to Australia where they must save some animals from a wildfire' (Source: WorldCat).
7 25 y separately published work icon Dot and the Kangaroo Ethel Pedley , ( trans. Zixiu with title Xiao bu dian er he dai shu ) Wuhan : Hubei shao nian er tong chu ban she , 2003 Z822948 1899 single work children's fiction children's

'Lost and afraid in the darkening bush, Dot is befriended by a kind Kangaroo. She eats the berries of understanding and is then able to communicate with all the bush creatures, who eventually guide her home.

'The intriguing tale of Dot and her Kangaroo is told by Ethel Pedley with the charm that has made this book an Australian favourite since it was first published in 1899. Now, as then, children will be enthralled by this oldest of Australian classics, it will endure to entertain generations to come.' (Publication summary)

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