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'A short novel in which a small girl, annoyed by her little brother's trailing after her, has him disappear and a black cat takes his place with the wave of a newly discovered magic wand.' (The Bibliography of Australasian Judaica 1788- 2008, 16)
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yMy Best Book of NibblesUrsula Dubosarsky,
Melbourne:Penguin,201185953502011selected work children's fiction Have you ever wanted to go on a magical adventure? Do you have an annoying brother or sister? Have you ever been to an unusual party? Do you sometimes feel unsure about sleepovers? Have you ever dreamt of becoming part of a wonderful story? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then My Best Book of Nibbles is for you! This exciting collection from the much-loved Aussie Nibbles series brings together five favourite stories for girls. (Google Books)Melbourne:Penguin,2011