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Ian Bone (1956-) - Writings

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Rose's Lullaby, ABC Enterprises (Crows Nest, New South Wales, Australia), 1990.

(With Judith Simpson) Swap Shop, ABC Enterprises for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1990.

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The Ghost of Johnny Savage, Reed Books, 1996.

Fat Boy Saves World, Thomas C. Lothian (Port Melbourne, Australia), 1998.

The Puppet, Thomas C. Lothian (Port Melbourne, Australia), 1999.

Winning Back Dad, illustrated by Craig, Walker Books (London, England), 1999.

Spy Babies, Lothian Books (Port Melbourne, Australia), 2000.

Tin Soldiers, Lothian Books (Port Melbourne, Australia), 2000.

Blood on the Microphone, Lothian Books (Port Melbourne, Australia), 2001.

Maddy in the Middle, Omnibus Books (Norwood, South Australia), 2001.

That Dolphin Thing, Puffin Books (Ringwood, Victoria, Australia), 2001.

The Yuckiest Wish, Pearson Education Australia (South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia), 2001.

Killer Plot, Lothian Books (Port Melbourne, Australia), 2001.

The Song of an Innocent Bystander, Penguin Books (Camberwell, Victoria, Australia), 2002, Dutton (New York, NY), 2004.

(With Anna Pignataro) Dancing Night, Tonight, Scholastic Australia (Sydney, Australia), 2002.

The Virus That Ate Barry, Pearson Education, 2002.

Baby Days, Omnibus Books (Norwood, South Australia), 2003.

Scarlett's Bat, Puffin Books (Ringwood, Victoria, Australia), 2003.

Pimple Head and Curly, illustrated by Craig Smith, Walker Books (London, England), 2003.

Shoo Cat, Omnibus Books (Norwood, South Australia), 2003.

Sleep Rough Tonight, Penguin Books (Camberwell, Victoria, Australia), 2004, Dutton (New York, NY), 2005.

Also author of scripts for television series Here's Humphrey.

Bone's works have been translated into German and Finnish.

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