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Issue Details: First known date: 1997... 1997 Five Times Dizzy and Dancing in the Anzac Deli
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'Together Five Times Dizzy and Dancing in the Anzac Deli tell the tale of Mareka and the Wilson kids, who live in an ordinary inner–city neighborhood but find themselves caught up in a haunted house and the mysterious Munga, it sometimes seems as if Smith Street is the most exciting place in Australia.' (Publication summary)

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Unit Suitable For:

AC: Years 3 and 4 (NSW Stage 2).

General Capabilities

Critical and creative thinking, Ethical understanding, Information and communication technology, Intercultural understanding, Literacy, Personal and social

Notes

  • Dedication: This book is for Martin
  • 'Two award-winning stories in one book!' (Source: Front cover)

Contents

* Contents derived from the Sydney, New South Wales,:Hodder Headline , 1997 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Five Times Dizzy, Nadia Wheatley , single work children's fiction children's

'Mareka would be quite happy in the milkbar in Newtown, even though it is so far from Greece, if it wasn't for the Wilson kids who give her a hard time.'

'But her Yaya, her grandmother has only recently arrived in Australia and feels lost and unhappy. She misses her mountain village and her goat, Poppy. If only Mareka cound find her something to do...'

'Then she has an idea. But it's such a big idea she feels dizzy - and there are such a lot of problems...'(Source: Back cover)

Dancing in the Anzac Deli, Nadia Wheatley , single work children's fiction children's

'...Dancing in the Anzac Deli tell the tale of Mareka and the Wilson kids, who live in an ordinary inner-city neighbourhood but find themselves caught up in extraordinary adventures. What with the professor s tricks, Yaya s magic, the Haunted House and the mysterious Munga, it sometimes seems as if Smith Street is the most exciting place in Australia.' (Source: On-line)

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