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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Hot and Cold [and] Jump Start [and] In the Dark
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* Contents derived from the Gosford, Central Coast, New South Wales,:LemonFizz Media , 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Hot and Cold, Susannah McFarlane , 2010 single work children's fiction children's adventure

'The heat is on as someone seems to be melting the polar ice cap. Special Agent EJ12 needs to crack the codes and keep her cool to put the evil-doer's plan back on ice. That's the easy part. As EJ12, Emma Jacks can do anything. So why can't she handle the school Ice Queen of Mean, Nema? Perhaps she can after all. ' (Publication summary)

In the Dark, Susannah McFarlane , 2010 single work children's fiction children's adventure
'SHINE's solar energy station is under threat from evil agency SHADOW. Special Agent EJ12 needs to lighten up. She must crack SHADOW's codes and overcome her fears to stop them before they turn the lights out on the SHINE network. That's the easy part. As EJ12, Emma Jacks can do anything. So why is she worried about going to her best friend's slumber party? Perhaps she isn't after all ...' (Publisher's blurb)
Jump Start, Susannah McFarlane , 2010 single work children's fiction children's adventure

'Evil agency SHADOW is up to something in the middle of the rainforest. Something that could see them get the jump on SHINE. SHINE Special Agent EJ12 needs to leap into action. She must crack SHADOW's codes and foil their plans. That's the easy part. As EJ12, Emma Jacks can do anything.

'So why is the state gym competition so hard? Perhaps it isn't after all. ' (Publication summary)

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