Little Else: On the Run

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Allen & Unwin, May 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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When Little Else takes up the Wild Roaming Life, she rides a huge horse called Outlaw, who used to belong to a bushranger. After Little Else frees a team of bullocks from a nasty bullock driver, she is wanted for cattle duffing. Soon she is wanted for horse rustling as well. But when she frees some prisoners in chains, she becomes the leader of a gang of bushrangers and then she's really on the run...

The second adventure in the Little Else series.
 

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Contents

The Wild Roaming Life
1
Reward
6
Postcards
9
The knackers
11
The gang
15
Stony Gully
22
Iron Bob
25
Firebolts bolthole
29
The Desolation Ranges
37
Wanted
39
Agnes Gaps Hut
41
Toothpick
43
Strife
46
TrapJaw
50
Capture
54
Hold up
58

HollowGuts hideout
32

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About the author (2010)

Julie Hunt has written poetry and performed with the Kazakstan Kowgerls. When she wrote Little Else: Trick Rider, she discovered that one book didn't have enough room for this daring little heroine. She needed more space! She needed three books!

Julie's first picture books, Away! Away!, illustrated by Priscilla Nielsen, and The Answerman, illustrated by Maya Alexandrovna, are soon to be followed by two more: Precious Little, written with Sue Moss and illustrated by Gaye Chapman, and The Coat, illustrated by Ron Brooks.

Beth Norling is an author and illustrator of children's books, as well as a sculptor and installation artist. She has taught illustration and illustrated many children's books, including Mokie and Bik, by Wendy Orr. Her own picture books include Sister Night and Sister Day, The Stone Baby, Little Sisters Are... and Little Brothers Are...

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