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Barry and the Fairies of Miller Street
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Barry and the Fairies of Miller Street

Barry Dickins, Jenny Lee

It's 1953 and Barry has been sent to stay with Nan and Pop during the school holidays while his mum waits for the new baby. Barry is six-and-three-quarters and 22 Miller Street proves full of novel experiences.

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Footy Works - Fifty Essays Inspired by the Great Game
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Footy Works - Fifty Essays Inspired by the Great Game

Barry Dickins

Barry Dickins loves football so much that for him it is the very stuff of life. In this collection of essays he writes about going to the MCG with his young son to cheer their team. By turns bitter, poetic, vitriolic, tender and...

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Remember Ronald Ryan
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Remember Ronald Ryan

Barry Dickins

Introduces us to the last felon to be executed on Australian soil (2 acts, 25 men, 8 women, extras).

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Lessons in Humility: 40 Years of Teaching
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Lessons in Humility: 40 Years of Teaching

Barry Dickins

Lessons in Humility is the bizarre but true story of Barry Dickins' life as a teacher He gained his Diploma Of Education at The Melbourne State College forty years ago although he failed Classroom Management. He has taught Drama...

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Miniatures
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Miniatures

Dickins, Barry

I have always loved people, and really they are the subject in this collection of souls.My long and short life has been shared with ghastly and frightening and witty others. Many have come unbidden, floating like splendid phantoms...

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Horse and Pony Treasury
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Horse and Pony Treasury

Rosie Dickins, Leonie Pratt, Barry Ablett, Norman Young

The perfect companion for any child who loves the thrilling world of horses and ponies. It is packed with advice for riding and caring for horses and ponies, as well as true stories of famous horses and horse myths and stories...

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Charles Blackman: Mini Art Book
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Charles Blackman: Mini Art Book

Ken McGregor, Barry Dickins

Sydney-born Charles Blackman has been a major figure on the Australian art scene since the 1950s when he joined the Melbourne Drift, befriending artists life Arthur Boyd, John Perceval, Joy Hester and Mirka Mora.

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