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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Ali Baba and the Forty Aliens
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    y separately published work icon Tales from Beyond Paul Collins (editor), Meredith Costain (editor), South Melbourne : Longman , 1999 Z1739724 1999 selected work children's fiction children's horror

    'Lost any friends lately? Maybe they're trapped in an alien mine? Or imprisoned inside a wooden doll! Or maybe they're stuck in a town that doesn't exist, waiting for the chance to escape. Three terrifying tales by Janeen Webb, Chris McTrustry and Rowena Cory Lindquist, that will keep you close to home...' (back cover).

    South Melbourne : Longman , 1999
    pg. 7-20
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Tales from Beyond Paul Collins (editor), Meredith Costain (editor), South Melbourne : Longman , 1999 Z1739724 1999 selected work children's fiction children's horror

    'Lost any friends lately? Maybe they're trapped in an alien mine? Or imprisoned inside a wooden doll! Or maybe they're stuck in a town that doesn't exist, waiting for the chance to escape. Three terrifying tales by Janeen Webb, Chris McTrustry and Rowena Cory Lindquist, that will keep you close to home...' (back cover).

    Littleton : Sundance Publishing , 2000
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