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Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 The Becky Collection : Five Favourite Nibbles from Ursula Dubosarsky and Mitch Vane
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* Contents derived from the Melbourne, Victoria,:Penguin Books , 2013 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Two Gorillas, Ursula Dubosarsky , single work children's fiction children's
Becky's two gorillas lived inside her doll's house. One was green and the other was red. They were very scary gorillas until Becky gave them their first bath.
Fairy Bread, Ursula Dubosarsky , single work children's fiction children's
'Becky wants only fairy bread at her birthday party, but when her friends come they only eat the birthday cake. What is she going to do with all the left-over fairy bread?' (Publisher's blurb)
The Magic Wand, Ursula Dubosarsky , single work children's fiction children's
'A short novel in which a small girl, annoyed by her little brother's trailing after her, has him disappear and a black cat takes his place with the wave of a newly discovered magic wand.' (The Bibliography of Australasian Judaica 1788- 2008, 16)
The Puppet Show, Ursula Dubosarsky , single work children's fiction children's
'Becky plans to put on a puppet show in her living room to entertain her cousin Wesley. It's a version of Beauty and the Beast, with music! Hoping for a bigger audience she advertises her show on the telegraphe pole outside. Mum isn't very pleased when strangers turn up. And at the end of the performance Becky's surprise twist terrifies her litle brother Ed, who starts to cry. But at the end of the day Becky gets spooked and Ed gets the last laugh.' (Publisher's blurb)
The Cubby House, Ursula Dubosarsky , Mitch Vane (illustrator), single work children's fiction adventure
'Becky has many ideas for a cubby house however, her attempts to build them with the help of her brother Ed and new neighbour Midge all end in disaster. Midge invites them over to her house where there is a beautiful cubby house in her backyard and while Becky is suitably impressed, she is more excited by what she sees out the window - lots of cardborad boxes. This story encourages imagination with a focus on the games children play and invent.' (Publication summary)

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