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Mulga Bill's bicycle / A.B. Paterson ; Kilmeny and Deborah Niland.

By: Paterson, A. B. (Andrew Barton), 1864-1941.
Contributor(s): Niland, Kilmeny | Niland, Deborah.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Australian children's classics: Publisher: Sydney, NSW : Angus & Robertson, 2011Copyright date: ©1973Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 26 x 24 cm.ISBN: 9780207172847 (paperback).Subject(s): Bicycles -- Juvenile fiction | Cycling accidents -- Australia -- Poetry | Bicycles and bicycling -- Poetry | Australian poetry -- 19th century | Bicycles -- Australia -- Poetry | Bicycles -- Juvenile poetry | Children's poetry, Australian | AustralianDDC classification: A821.2 Summary: "Andrew Barton (Banjo) Paterson, author of The man from Snowy River and Waltzing Mathilda, is Australia' s best-known poet, and his tales of bush life and adventuring are as fresh today as when they firrst appeared. Muga Bil is one of Paterson's most memorable characters. The story of his famous bicycle ride with ends in Dead Man's Creek, carries us along in humerous verse that has instant appeal. Kilmeny and Deoborah Niland's delightful illustrations catch the mood and humour of Paterson's verse with great spirit and this book has become an enduring classic."--Back cover.
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"Celebrating 40 years in print ... The much-loved children's classic"--Cover.

"Andrew Barton (Banjo) Paterson, author of The man from Snowy River and Waltzing Mathilda, is Australia' s best-known poet, and his tales of bush life and adventuring are as fresh today as when they firrst appeared. Muga Bil is one of Paterson's most memorable characters. The story of his famous bicycle ride with ends in Dead Man's Creek, carries us along in humerous verse that has instant appeal. Kilmeny and Deoborah Niland's delightful illustrations catch the mood and humour of Paterson's verse with great spirit and this book has become an enduring classic."--Back cover.

For primary school age.

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