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Folk tales

Jane O"Loughlin

Folk tales

a short anthology

by Jane O"Loughlin

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Published by Era Publications in Flinders Park .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Big Book.

Statementretold by Jane O"Loughlin, illustrated by David Kennett.
SeriesMagic bean classics
ContributionsKennett, David, 1959-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22452388M
ISBN 100947212930

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