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Issue Details: First known date: 1950-1959... 1950-1959 Telegramm aus Liliput
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'The castaways are three Australian children - Peggy and Jim, whose father is one of the wealthiest sheep breeders on the west coast of Australia, and Ralph, who is the son of the station manager. They become stranded on an odd-looking coast in a rubber dinghy and are bewildered to find nothing but toy-sized trees and houses, roads and railways: and they can't believe their eyes when they see the people. Nobody is more than six inches high. They are in Lilliput...

'How the children and the Lilliputians become friends, and what happens afterwards, makes a wonderful book.' (From inside dust jacket)

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Alternative title: Telegram uit Lilliput
Language: Dutch
    • s.l.,: s.n. , 1950-1959 .
      Extent: 1v.p.
Language: German
    • c
      Western Europe, Europe,
      s.n. ,
      1958 .
      Extent: 1v.p.
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