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Sally Rippin

  • 5 stars across 31 books
    Sally Rippin was born in Darwin, Australia, and grew up in South-East Asia. Sally has written many books for children, including Chenxi and the Foreigner and the Go Girl series, and she has illustrated many others. Sally lives in Melbourne with her family.
    1st May 2012

    The New Friend

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    1st February 2012

    The Winning Goal

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    1st September 2008

    What'S That Noise?

    The sounds of everyday life are captured in a catchy, rhythmic text and bold illustrations by Lorette Broekstra. Collect... More

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    23rd November 2015

    The Magic Mirror

    Sammy had a very sulky face, but he wouldn't believe his mother when she said he would have a grumpy grown-up face too... More

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    29th August 2008

    Go Baby Go

    A lively, rhythmic text encouraging baby play is perfectly captured in warm, funny illustrations by Ann James, one of Au... More

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    4th February 2013

    Angel Creek

    Angel Creek is a book for anyone who has ever felt scared or brave or selfish or tough. If you like Skellig or Journey t... More

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    1st September 2008

    Hush Baby Hush

    A simple, rhythmic text about the journey between get-up time and bedtime is reflected in engaging pictures by one of Au... More

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    1st September 2008

    Where is Baby?

    Every baby's favourite game of hiding and finding is brought to life in a simple text and rich illustrations by Sally Ri... More

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