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Images and video used with permission from Peace Lutheran Primary School (2015).
Picture Books Used in CLIPS
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Frankel, E. (2011). Hairy Nose, Itchy Butt. Sydney, NSW: Jane Curry Publishing.
Lofthouse, L. (2012). Ziba Came on a Boat. Melbourne, VIC: Penguin Australia.
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Teague, M. (2002). Dear Mrs LaRue. New York, NY: Scholastic Press.