Margaret Clark (writer)

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Margaret Clark
Born Margaret Dianne Clark
(1942-04-20) 20 April 1942 (age 72)
Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Occupation Author
Nationality Australian
Genre Children's fiction, teen fiction
Notable works Fat Chance
Children Stewart and Fiona

www.margaretclark.com

Margaret Clark is an Australian children's author. Some of her most famous works are the Aussie Angels series and the young-adult novel Fat Chance.

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Aussie Angels series[edit]

  1. Okay Koala
  2. Whale of a Time
  3. Seal with a Kiss
  4. Hello, Possum!
  5. Wannabe Wallaby
  6. Cocky Too
  7. Sheila the Heeler
  8. A Horse, of Course
  9. Operation Wombat
  10. Dollar for a Dolphin
  11. Dog on the Job
  12. Camel Breath
  13. Mouse Pad
  14. Duck for Luck
  15. Owl Express
  16. Pups for Sale
  17. Kidding Around
  18. Shark in the Dark
  19. Llama Drama
  20. Leap Frog
  21. Penguin Parade

Aussie Bites books[edit]

  • Snap! (1997)
  • Crackle!
  • Pop! (1999)
  • S. N. A. G. the Sensitive New Age Gladiator
  • Silent Knight
  • Mummy's Boy
  • Willie Tell or Won't He
  • Joan of Art Pokemon joe
  • The Worst Nurse

Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Pugwall
  • Pugwall's Summer
  • The Big Chocolate Bar
  • Tina Tuff
  • Famous for Five Minutes
  • Ripper and Fang
  • Plastic City
  • Hold My Hand — Or Else
  • Fat Chance (1996)
  • Love on the Net (1996)
  • Living with Leanne
  • Calvin the Clutterbuster
  • Ghost on Toast
  • Tina Tuff in Trouble
  • The Biggest Boast
  • Hot or What
  • Weird Warren
  • Butterfingers
  • Wally the Whiz Kid
  • Britt the Boss
  • Wacky Mac
  • Copycat
  • Back on Track — Diary of a Street Kid
  • Pulling the Moves

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