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Issue Details: First known date: 1992-... 1992- Emily Eyefinger
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y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger and the Lost Treasure Duncan Ball , New York (City) : Simon and Schuster , 1994 Z982786 1994 single work children's fiction children's adventure mystery

'Emily solves the mystery of the magically appearing moustaches and parachutes into a desert in search of a rare kind of mouse. then she's off to Egypt to tour the upside-down pyramid of King Inverticheops. Nothing can get by Emily and her wonderful eyefinger. Ages 6+ Emily solves the mystery of the magically appearing moustaches and parachutes into a desert in search of a rare kind of mouse. then she's off to Egypt to tour the upside-down pyramid of King Inverticheops. Nothing can get by Emily and her wonderful eyefinger. Ages 6+' (Publication summary)

y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger and the Devil Bones Duncan Ball , Pymble : HarperCollins Australia , 2002 Z962100 2002 single work children's fiction children's adventure mystery

'Another collection of stories about Emily Eyefinger who has an eye on the end of her finger. In the title story of this exciting new collection of Emily Eyefinger's adventures, Emily finds the bones of an ancient, extinct mouse. This mouse nicknamed 'The Mother of all Mice' by Professor Mousefinder was as big an elephant and terrified the cats of its day. But no sooner does Emily make her discovery than the so-called 'Devil Bones' go missing. Once again, Emily searches for a solution to an ever-deepening mystery. Ages 6+' (Publisher's blurb)

y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger Duncan Ball , New York (City) : Simon and Schuster , 1992 Z982789 1992 single work children's fiction children's adventure humour

'A young girl feels different from everyone else because she has an eye on the end of one finger, but it comes in handy on occasion, such as when she is helping to catch a spy.' (Publisher's blurb)

y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger, Secret Agent Duncan Ball , New York (City) : Simon and Schuster , 1993 Z983226 1993 single work children's fiction children's adventure

'Emily Eyefinger helps two friends solve the mystery of the squeaking tree and joins Malcolm Mousefinder on a daring quest. But when she embarks on a secret mission to reveal the true identity of King Crim she has the most exciting and dangerous adventure of all. Ages 6+' (Publisher's blurb)

y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger and the Black Volcano Duncan Ball , Pymble : HarperCollins Australia , 2000 Z983232 2000 single work children's fiction children's adventure

'Emily Eyefinger has had three previous adventures, and now she's back for a fourth! When Emily is born with an eye on the end of her finger, her parents are surprised and a little bit worried. However, Emily finds that having an extra eye comes in handy. She helps her best friend Janey to become a TV star; goes on a snowy adventure with Malcolm Mousefinder; unravels the mystery of the missing Mint money and saves a village from an erupting volcano! When people ask her if she likes having an eye on the end of her finger, Emily says, 'On the one hand I like it. But on the other hand I don't.' Ages 6+' (Publisher's blurb)

y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger and the Balloon Bandits Duncan Ball , Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 2003 Z1028303 2003 single work children's fiction children's adventure

'Seventh in the enormously popular Emily Eyefinger series. A charity is raising money to help save the rainforest by selling rides in a hot air balloon. Emily and her friends donate money to the charity and so they, too, get a chance to ride in the balloon. Sitting in the bottom of the basket is a metal box that holds the day's takings. As Emily is climbing out of the basket at the end of her flight, three masked people jump in and make off with the balloon and the cash. Emily is still hanging on to the ladder and is carried away with them. Somehow Emily must survive the flight and catch the robbers. But how? Ages 7+' (Publisher's blurb)

y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger and the Puzzle in the Jungle Duncan Ball , Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 2005 Z1174854 2005 single work children's fiction children's adventure mystery
y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger and the City in the Sky Duncan Ball , Pymble : HarperCollins Australia , 2006 Z1261644 2006 single work children's fiction children's adventure
y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger's Alien Adventure Duncan Ball , Pymble : HarperCollins Australia , 2001 Z1262235 2001 single work children's fiction children's adventure

'The girl with the eye on the tip of her finger is back - and looking into some tricky situations! Emily Eyefinger has had four previous adventures, and now she's back for a fifth! When Emily is born with an eye on the end of her finger, her parents are surprised and a little bit worried. However, Emily finds that having an extra eye comes in handy. When people ask her if she likes having an eye on the end of her finger, Emily says, 'On the one hand I like it. But on the other hand I don't!' Selected for the International Youth Library White Ravens list in 1993. ∗ Funny, entertaining adventure stories ∗ Award-winning and highly promotable author who is well-known by kids for his Selby books ∗ Excellent 'read alone' books Ages 6+' (Publisher's blurb)

y separately published work icon Emily Eyefinger and the Secret from the Sea Duncan Ball , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 2012 6937464 2012 single work children's fiction children's

'In these thrilling new adventures, Emily - the girl with an eye on the end of her finger - is chased by mysterious gargoyles in Paris, rescues a runaway movie star, disguises herself as a baby elephant to catch 'the ghost gang', outsmarts the master criminal Arthur Crim, creeps into a super-computer to catch the world's smartest mice and flies to the middle of the ocean with her Great Aunt Olympia in search of the long-lost secret of the Sea People. Ages: 7+' (Publisher's blurb)

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Every Talking Dog Has Its Day Sarah Whyte , 2011 single work column
— Appears in: The Sun-Herald , 30 October 2011; (p. 8)
Every Talking Dog Has Its Day Sarah Whyte , 2011 single work column
— Appears in: The Sun-Herald , 30 October 2011; (p. 8)
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