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Clancy and Millie and the Very Fine House (Reprint): Gleeson, Libby/ Blackwood, Freya (ILT): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Clancy and Millie and the Very Fine House (Reprint)
Clancy and Millie and the Very Fine House (Reprint)
Publisher : Little Hare Books
Published Date : 2010/07
Binding : Hardcover
ISBN : 9781921541193

BookWeb Price : A$ 23.52
Kinokuniya Card Member Price : A$ 21.17

Availability Status : Available for order from suppliers.
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Language : English

Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: X01011000
Review:
Publishers Weekly Starred Reviews (And Ongoing)
School Library Journal Starred Reviews - 1992 (And Ongoing)
Booklist Reviews 2010 November #1
Core CATS Picture Books
School Core - Elementary - Picture - Easy

Two new neighbors discover that friends are what make a house a home Clancy has just moved. He is missing his old house terribly--the new house is much too big and much too lonely--and he wonders how he will ever make it his home. With the help of his new friend Millie, Clancy builds towers to the sky and trains to the street outside, and together they build the home that Clancy thought he had lost forever.well as exploring the darker side of what it means to be Australian.own life forever.disproportionate reprisal from the military and settlers. However, even during this turmoil, colonists and Aborigines often knew each other well, and trust and friendship remained constant throughout the periods of bloodshed. The First Frontier delves into the background of these people who experienced events - tragic and otherwise - that occurred up until the end of hostilities in the Sydney Region in 1816.

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Peter Turbet was born in Sydney and grew up near the shores of Port Hacking, a waterway lined with the shell middens, occupation sites and rock art of countless generations of Dharawal people. He is a high school Mathematics teacher and lives in Cronulla.