Selby Sprung

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HarperCollins, Nov 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
The sixteenth SELBYadventure could reveal his secret ... once and for all. Ages 7-12 Selby, the only talking dog in Australia, and perhaps the world, is back with this new collection of his wonderful adventures. the thrills come thick and fast in this sixteenth Selby book as Selby is hurled out of the world's only sky-writing embroidery aeroplane to what should be certain death. Vampires invade Selby's peaceful town, and Selby is captured by a Shark Man on Death Island. the death-defying dog is put to the test time and again in these gut-wrenching and hilarious stories. And all the while Morrie Artie, the Evil Genius, and his thousands of agents comb Australia in search of this remarkable dog. Will Selby be sprung? Will his secret finally be revealed to the world? After over two hundred adventures, will this be the end of Selby?there's only one way to find out...Based on real events (or so Selby says).

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About the author (2011)

Duncan Ball is the author of many books of children’s fiction, including the multi-award-winning Selby and Emily Eyefinger series, various picture books, five novels, a book of plays and a collection of funny poetry, My Sister Has a Big Black Beard. Duncan lives in Sydney.

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