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Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 The Show Must Go On
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Australian-born Sue Santiago lives with her Filippino mother and father and her younger twin brothers, Jimmy and Eddie. Sue becomes excited and a little competitive when the twins have the opportunity to audition for a part in a local pantomime.

Affiliation Notes

  • This work is affiliated with the AustLit subset Asian-Australian Children's Literature and Publishing because it contains Filippino characters.

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    y separately published work icon Lucky Break Sophie Masson , Sydney : Scholastic Australia , 1996 Z847761 1996 selected work children's fiction children's

    'Have you ever wondered what it would be like to win a dream home in an art union? Dominic and his family were living in a caravan park when they heard the news . . .

    'Sue Santiago wished for a break too, from the dullness of life, and hoped that her brothers would land the prized part in a pantomime. Her friend Rhiannon thought she had struck it lucky when she found the old record in a bazaar, but she soon found that changes in fortune can go either way.

    'Three connected stories about how nothing is simple when big changes come along.' Source: bookseller's website.

    Sydney : Scholastic Australia , 1996
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