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The childrens book council of australia cbca is a not for profit organisation which aims to engage the community with literature for young australians. Each year, schools and public libraries across australia spend a week celebrating books, and australian authors and illustrators. Big brother australia also known simply as big brother is an australian reality game show based on the international big brother format. A bold and original picture book from acclaimed artist ron brooks and exciting new poet and author julie hunt.
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