Lockie Leonard, Legend
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Lockie Leonard, Legend (Lockie Leonard Series #3)

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Published (first published January 1st 1997)
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We had to read this for English and it really was not my type of book. I'd recommened it for a 10 year old not college kids.
Lockie Leonard! You legend! A really fun book, which is hard not to enjoy.
Ok, definatly not my type of book, hardly interesting and just BORING.
I had to read this book for English and was just too simple... Yeah, didn't like this book at all.
my daughter had to read it for high school and so i thought i would to. A great little read - could definitely visualise what was happening
yeah, I can hardly remember what happened in these books, but they were good.
★ Jess
A short and enjoyable Australian novel.
plain old....BORING
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