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Issue Details: First known date: 1995... 1995 A Mouthful
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    y separately published work icon Uncovered! : Weird Weird Stories Paul Jennings , Ringwood : Puffin , 1995 Z833111 1995 selected work children's fiction children's 'Stare if you dare, into Paul Jennings's wild world. How will you stop a thousand rabbits breeding in your bedroom? Who would want to collect toilet rolls? Could you do it? Fifty dollars if you don't speak for a day. Why would an ear grow on the wall? Nine stories that you would never dream of' (Source: Publisher's blurb). Ringwood : Puffin , 1995 pg. 37-40
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    y separately published work icon Paul Jennings' Funniest Stories Paul Jennings , Camberwell : Penguin , 2005 Z1231159 2005 selected work children's humour

    To celebrate 20 years of stories by Paul Jennings, this is a collection of his funniest work. Hand-picked by Paul, each book contains around 25 stories from the "UnCollected Series" and "Tongue-Tied".

    Camberwell : Penguin , 2005
    pg. 57-60
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    y separately published work icon Total Quack Up! Sally Rippin (editor), Adrian Beck (editor), Melbourne : Puffin , 2018 14896013 2018 anthology children's fiction children's

    'Authors Sally Rippin and Adrian Beck have gathered together an awesome line-up of writers and their funniest stories. Not only will the stories make you laugh out loud and feel good, royalties from sales of the book go to Dymocks Children’s Charities – so you can feel extra good!

    'Total Quack Up! features stories from Deborah Abela, Tristan Bancks, Adrian Beck, Jacqueline Harvey, Paul Jennings, Alex Miles, Oliver Phommavanh, Sally Rippin, R.A. Spratt and Matt Stanton, plus a prize-winning story from a child!' (Publication summary)

    Melbourne : Puffin , 2018
    pg. 111-122
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