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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Blacky
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y separately published work icon The Dog That Dumped on My Doona Barry Jonsberg , Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2008 Z1511538 2008 single work children's fiction children's humour

'When Marcus is woken by a dog doing a poo on his bed, he is understandably upset. And Blacky (the dog) has other surprises in store. Soon Marcus and his disruptive friend Dylan are on a mission to rescue God - a sick pygmy bearded dragon - from the local pet shop. But time is running out...

'And then there is Rose who thrives on terrorising her little brother. She is the sister from hell, but revenge will be sweet. Or so Marcus thinks.' (Publisher's blurb)

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y separately published work icon A Croc Called Capone Barry Jonsberg , Barry Jonsberg (illustrator), Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2009 Z1583619 2009 single work children's fiction children's humour fantasy This story follows the adventures of 11 year olds Marcus and Dylan. While on a family holiday in the Northern Territory, the boys set out to thwart the project of a hunter in the area and ensure that the legislation allowing crocodile hunting is not passed. As one of the few people who can understand animals talking it is up to Marcus to negotiate with the head crocodile Capone.
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y separately published work icon Blacky Blasts Back! : On the Tail of the Tassie Tiger Barry Jonsberg , Crows Nest : Allen and Unwin , 2010 Z1693127 2010 single work children's fiction children's humour

'Blacky's back, smellier than ever. And he's got a new mission for Marcus and Dylan: track down the very last Tassie tiger and save it from extinction. Simple, really.

'But throw in some bumbling thylacine hunters, a bully out to get you, a hairy Scotsman on your trail, and anything can - and will - happen.

'Especially as time is running out.' (From the publisher's website.)

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First known date: 2008
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