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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Kumurins un Kamolins; Es protu lekt pari pelkem; Vetras zens
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Translations of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie, I Can Jump Puddles, and Storm Boy.

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* Contents derived from the Riga,
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Spriditis , 1999 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Kumurins un Kamolins The Complete Adventures of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie, May Gibbs , Mara Rumniece (translator) selected work children's fiction children's

'This quintessential collection of May Gibbs’ classic stories was first published in 1940 and has never been out of print since! Featuring the tales of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie (first published in 1918) and its two sequels, Little Ragged Blossom (1920) and Little Obelia (1921). In this new edition, all of May’s original artwork has been sourced and re-scanned and the illustrations look as exquisite as the day May put down her paintbrush all those years ago.' (Source: author's website)

Es protu lekt pari pelkem I Can Jump Puddles, Alan Marshall , Vanda Vikane (translator) single work autobiography

I Can Jump Puddles is Alan Marshall's story of his childhood, a happy world in which, despite his crippling poliomyelitis, he plays, climbs, fights, swims, rides and laughs. His world was the Australian countryside early last century: rough-riders, bushmen, farmers and tellers of tall stories, a world held precious by the young Alan Marshall. (Source: Trove)

Vetras zens Storm Boy, Colin Thiele , Edvards Sinke (translator) single work children's fiction children's

The story of a boy and his pelican, Mr Percival, who live on the South Australian Coorong.

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