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Issue Details: First known date: 1988... 1988 Lis'ia Nora [and] Poselok Topoli
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Notes

  • Translation of The Fox Hole and Ash Road.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Moscow,
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Detska ia literatura , 1988 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Ash Road, Ivan Southall , 1965 single work children's fiction children's

'It's hot, dry and sweaty on Ash Road, where Graham, Harry and Wallace are getting their first taste of independence, camping, just the three of them. When they accidentally light a bushfire no one would have guessed how far it would go. All along Ash Road fathers go off to fight the fires and mothers help in the first aid centres. The children of Prescott are left alone, presumed safe, until it's the fire itself that reaches them. These children are forced to face a major crisis with only each other and the two old men left in their care.

'The best selling Ash Road is an action-packed adventure story, so evocative of rural Australia you can taste the Eucalyptus.' (Publication summary : Text Classics)

Poselok Topoli
The Fox Hole, Ivan Southall , 1967 single work children's fiction children's
When a 10 year-old boy gets caught in an abandoned mine shaft, his aunt and uncle's concern rapidly turns to greed as gold is discovered during their rescue attempts. (Source: Trove)
Lis'i︠a︡ Nora

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