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Hays, Sue (text) Kay Barber (illus.): Peppy the Paint from Pigeon House.

** HAYS, Sue (text) Kay Barber (illus.) Peppy the Paint from Pigeon House Self Pub, 2010 unpaged $20.00 pbk ISBN 9780646535401

Pigeon House Mountain was so named by Lieutenant James Cook for its distinctive shape and the way it dominates its immediate surroundings. Aboriginal people saw the mountain with a different spin. Situated within the Morton National Park, near Ulladulla, Pigeon House is part of Australia's eastern mountainous escarpment which separates the coastal plain from the interior tableland.

A Paint is a breed of horse with special colour markings. If you are wondering what Peppy the Paint is going to be good at, this is the volume for you! Will Ruby get the perfect Paint she has looked forward to assisting her through her old age? GD

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