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Issue Details: First known date: 1947... 1947 Pegmen Go Walkabout
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The Peg family sail to other lands in their Ark.

Notes

  • A sequel to Pegmen Tales.
  • Dedication: To the boys and girls who liked Pegmen Tales and especially to Graham who, coming all the way from India, gave good advice on how to manage Pongo.

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Works about this Work

A Feast For the Under Tens Eve Pownall , 1948 single work review
— Appears in: The Australasian Book News and Literary Journal , March vol. 2 no. 9 1948; (p. 477-479)

— Review of The Golden Forest : the story of Oonah the platypus Michael Noonan , 1947 single work children's fiction ; Mr & Mrs Bear and Friends May Gibbs , 1943 single work children's fiction ; Pegmen Go Walkabout Ella McFadyen , 1947 single work children's fiction
A Feast For the Under Tens Eve Pownall , 1948 single work review
— Appears in: The Australasian Book News and Literary Journal , March vol. 2 no. 9 1948; (p. 477-479)

— Review of The Golden Forest : the story of Oonah the platypus Michael Noonan , 1947 single work children's fiction ; Mr & Mrs Bear and Friends May Gibbs , 1943 single work children's fiction ; Pegmen Go Walkabout Ella McFadyen , 1947 single work children's fiction
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