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Issue Details: First known date: 2004-... 2004- Springboard
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'Engaging fiction and non-fiction are provided at all stages. The stories have been carefully graded and selected for the quality of the writing. The illustrations assist the reader and enrich the reading experience. The factual books cover engaging and curriculum relevant topics. Although designed primarily as literacy resources, they can also be used in any integrated curriculum setting. With comprehensive teacher support provided for each book Springboard can be used as the main teaching resource in your school, or as part of a wider literacy program.' (Source: Publisher's website)

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  • A sequential literacy series. Not all titles in this series are individually listed in AustLit. For information about works in this series see the publisher's website.

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y separately published work icon Captain Gallant Goldie Alexander , South Yarra : Macmillan (Pan Macmillan Australia) , 2006 Z1841362 2006 single work children's fiction children's science fiction "Captain Gallant says, "Cozens have invaded Mars. We must rescue the Martians."

Cozens have extra-large eyes, sword-sharp teeth, and eight legs covered in hair. Cozens are scary.

"Late at night Guy turns into Captain Gallant. Captain Gallant, Sned the unicorn, and Bork the dragon, fly to Mars in their spaceship Venture to save the Martians from the fearful Cozens."

A story for early readers who enjoy science fiction. The text is enhanced by Dion Hamill's clever illustrations." (Publisher's blurb)
South Yarra : Macmillan (Pan Macmillan Australia) , 2006
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y separately published work icon A Hairy Story Goldie Alexander , South Yarra : Pan Macmillan Australia , 2005 Z1842770 2005 single work children's fiction children's "Ben sat in the hairdresser's chair and stared into the mirror. He could see an old man in the next chair. The old man had a round face with twinkling eyes. He had a thick beard and hardly any hair on his head. He looked a bit like the gnomes you see in some people's gardens, except he wasn't wearing a hat." (Source: Author's website)
South Yarra : Pan Macmillan Australia , 2005
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y separately published work icon An Interview with Cindy Goldie Alexander , South Yarra : Pan Macmillan Australia , 2005 Z1842774 2005 single work children's fiction children's 'What is it like to be a champion in-line skater? Find out in this interview with Cindy Centipede.' (Publisher's blurb) South Yarra : Pan Macmillan Australia , 2005
y separately published work icon The Potter's Son Helene Smith , South Yarra : Macmillan Education Australia , 2007 Z1469080 2007 single work children's fiction children's South Yarra : Macmillan Education Australia , 2007

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