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The first Deep Creek Cub Pack loves pineapple. They worship it. They can eat it until it comes out of their ears, and frequently do.
So when the opportunity arises to attend the Lord Baden Powell Testimonial Jamboree in Queensland, home of the pineapple, it's not thoughts of reef-knot tying competitions, camping, or canoe-racing making their mouths water - it's the visit t
Paperback, 92 pages
Published by Hodder Children's Books
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Alison has had nine books published - two books for adults and seven for young people. Four of them have been translated into Italian, Danish, Dutch and Thai.
Her latest project,Cold Stone Soup, an unpublished memoir about growing up under apartheid and migrating to Australia has won the FAW 2013 National Literary Awards (Jim Hamilton Award for a non-fiction manuscript). Cold Stone Soup was also r
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