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Little Else: Ghost Hunter

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When Little Else leads her gang of bushrangers through the Back-of-Beyond in search of the mysterious Lost Herd, they cross a river into strange country where their hoofprints disappear. The long-lost cattle are said to be worth their weight in gold, but no one has ever come back from beyond the Broken River. What is the mystery of the Lost Lagoon, and will Little Else be able to break the ghostly curse?

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Julie Hunt lives on a farm in southern Tasmania and is fascinated by landscapes and the stories they inspire. This interest has taken her from the rugged west coast of Ireland to the ice caves of Romania. She loves poetry, storytelling and traditional folktales, and her own stories combine other-worldly elements with down-to-earth humour. Her picture books i

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