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Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 Adventures of Danny
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y separately published work icon Beeware : The Adventures of Danny Pat Flynn , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2007 Z1421993 2007 single work children's fiction children's adventure 'In the first of Danny's adventures he faces mean mutts, bumbling bees and mad magpies. It's a tough world out there in the Aussie outer suburbs, especially when you're squeezed between a brawny big brother and an annoying little sister. And it's even tougher when the animals are out to get you ...' (Publisher's blurb)
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y separately published work icon Treeified : Adventures of Danny Pat Flynn , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2007 Z1422042 2007 single work children's fiction children's adventure 'His little sister loves stealing his stuff, his big brother pummels him in footy and his mum and dad force him to eat yucky vegetables. Dan needs a plan to get the better of them...' - from back cover
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y separately published work icon Snowidea Pat Flynn , St Lucia : University of Queensland Press , 2008 Z1523005 2008 single work children's fiction children's 'The stories take place in a rural district at an unspecified time. The colloquial use of wicked is recent, but the lifestyle and some vocabulary has the feel of previous generations. The settings cover the most significant locations in a child's world: home, school, the local swimming spot. Paddy's concerns and interests are shared by many children overcoming fears without losing face; alternately resenting an older siblings authority and appreciating his helpful understanding; winning at marbles and football; losing your school bag; taking risks for dares and facing the consequences of disobedience. Urban children would particularly enjoy Paddys experiences in a setting where the young characters have so much independence and scope for pushing the boundaries of safe, acceptable behaviour.'--Provided by publisher.

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First known date: 2007
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