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* Contents derived from the Crows Nest,North Sydney - Lane Cove area,Sydney Northern Suburbs,Sydney,New South Wales,:Allen and Unwin,2002 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
‘A whirlwind adventure told by 11-year-old Henni Octon ... with a bit of help from Elizabeth Honey. The action is centred on the comings and goings of Stella Street, particularly those at numbers 45 & 47. The long-term residents are not too pleased when the new owners of Auntie Lillie’s house turn out to be the Phonies.’
(Source: Back cover)
'A funny modern princess-in-a-tower story about a poor little rich girl, some rotten robbers, a Harley Davidson motorbike, family, friendship, money, computers, books and babysitters. It's also about wanting a dog.' (Publication summary)