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y separately published work icon Leaf single work   picture book   children's  
Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Leaf
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Text Unit Name Institution Year
y separately published work icon Leaf Stephen Michael King , Stephen Michael King (illustrator), Gosford : Scholastic Australia , 2008 Z1491176 2008 single work picture book children's (taught in 3 units)

"A boy who hates having his hair combed discovers an extraordinary side-effect of messy, matted hair when a seed falls on his head and begins to grow." (Source: Trove)

Australian Children's Literature Charles Sturt University 2014 (Semester 1)
y separately published work icon Leaf Stephen Michael King , Stephen Michael King (illustrator), Gosford : Scholastic Australia , 2008 Z1491176 2008 single work picture book children's (taught in 3 units)

"A boy who hates having his hair combed discovers an extraordinary side-effect of messy, matted hair when a seed falls on his head and begins to grow." (Source: Trove)

Australian Children's Literature Charles Sturt University 2015 (Semester 1)
y separately published work icon Leaf Stephen Michael King , Stephen Michael King (illustrator), Gosford : Scholastic Australia , 2008 Z1491176 2008 single work picture book children's (taught in 3 units)

"A boy who hates having his hair combed discovers an extraordinary side-effect of messy, matted hair when a seed falls on his head and begins to grow." (Source: Trove)

Australian Children's Literature Charles Sturt University 2016 (Semester 1)
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