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y separately published work icon Addy and the Pirates single work   children's fiction   children's  
Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Addy and the Pirates
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Addy tries to steer her boat to Dead Mouse Island to find the buried treasure, but treasure and maps can only lead to trouble.

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  • This work is affiliated with the AustLit subset Asian-Australian Children's Literature and Publishing because it has a Japanese translation.

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    y separately published work icon More Stories from Squeak Street Emily Rodda , Andrew McLean , Adelaide : Working Title Press , 2014 6922566 2014 selected work short story children's

    'The Squeak Street nice are back again in this entertaining collection of five stories from the much loved Squeak Street series.

    'Meet Quick-Sticks from Number 6 who wants to be a famous drummer and Kevin from Number 7, the reluctant hero who solves the mystery of Rosie Rich- Mouse's missing jewels. Find out why Tails the Great from Number 8 is so scary. Share the piratical adventures of Adeline from Number 9 when she sets sail for Dead Mouse Island, and discover why everyone in Squeak Street loves Ben from Number 10.' (Publication summary)
     

    Adelaide : Working Title Press , 2014
Alternative title: セーラと宝の地図
Language: Japanese
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