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Issue Details: First known date: 2005-2006... 2005-2006 Squeak Street Series
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Notes

  • A series of ten readers based on the characters from the 2002 picture book, Squeak Street.
  • For readers aged six to seven years.

Includes

y separately published work icon Kevin to the Rescue Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2006 Z1333096 2006 single work children's fiction children's Kevin rushes to help Rosie Rich-Mouse when she reports a theft but finds being a hero can be risky.
y separately published work icon Lucky Clive Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2005 Z1892855 2005 single work children's fiction children's 'When Clive discovers that two of his old school friends have become rich and famous, he decides to leave his boring life behind him and find an interesting new career' (Source: bookseller's website).
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y separately published work icon Old Bun and the Burglar Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2005 Z1872756 2005 single work children's fiction children's Old Bun can't believe his luck! Soon after he receives a note warning him about burglars in Mouseville, three strong mice from the Rich Mouse Guard Company offer to help. (Back cover)
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y separately published work icon One-Shoe's Wishes Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2005 Z1872769 2005 single work children's fiction children's When One-Shoe finds a dusty little blue bottle on his travels, he knows it's a treasure. He can't wait to clean it up and put it in his shop window. Little does he know that the bottle is even stranger than it seems. (Back cover)
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y separately published work icon Fee-Fee's Holiday Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2005 Z1872778 2005 single work children's fiction children's Everyone in Squeak Street wants to help Fee-Fee win the big Cheesey Chews competition. The first prize is a luxury holiday, and that's just what poor, tired Fee-Fee needs. But her friends soon find out that helping is harder than they thought. (Back cover)
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y separately published work icon Quick-Sticks' Magic Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2005 Z1919121 2005 single work children's fiction children's 'Quick-Sticks wants to be a famous drummer like Boom-Boom Brown. So when agent, Rex Ripoff, offers to look after her band, the Squeaky Chicks, and make her a star, she can't refuse' (Source: bookseller's website).
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y separately published work icon Tails and the Twin Spell Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2006 Z1335082 2006 single work children's fiction children's Tails the Great would like to stay home and practice new spells. If only there were two of him.
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y separately published work icon Ben the Post-Mouse Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2006 Z1333100 2006 single work children's fiction children's Ben wishes he got letters full of news instead of bills so comes up with a clever plan.
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y separately published work icon Pink-Paw's Painting Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2005 Z1892453 2005 single work children's fiction children's 'Pink-Paw has just nine hours to come up with a large painting that is interesting and full of life for the residents of the Sunny Corner Home for Lonely Old Mice. Can she do it?' (Source: Google Books). Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2005
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y separately published work icon Addy and the Pirates Emily Rodda , Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2006 Z1335071 2006 single work children's fiction children's Addy tries to steer her boat to Dead Mouse Island to find the buried treasure, but treasure and maps can only lead to trouble. Kingswood : Working Title Press , 2006

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First known date: 2005-2006

Works about this Work

Old Mice, New Tricks 2005 single work column
— Appears in: Children's Bookseller & Publisher , October 2005; (p. 5)
Emily Rodda was so attached to the characters she had created for the picture book, Squeak Street, that she developed a series of readers based on the same characters.
Old Mice, New Tricks 2005 single work column
— Appears in: Children's Bookseller & Publisher , October 2005; (p. 5)
Emily Rodda was so attached to the characters she had created for the picture book, Squeak Street, that she developed a series of readers based on the same characters.
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