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by Allan Baillie

Author: Allan Baillie
Language: English
Publisher: Puffin Books; 1st edition (January 28, 1993)
Pages: 192 pages
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Rating: 4.5
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Puffin Books THE CHINA COIN ‘Leah shook her hea. o, she wasn’t going home. illustrated by Caroline Magerl).

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The China Coin Hardcover – Import, April 30, 1992. Allan Baillie (Author). by. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Allan Baillie (born 28 January 1943) is an Australian writer Turning to literature his books include Adrift, Little Brother and The China Coin.

Allan Baillie (born 28 January 1943) is an Australian writer. He was born in Scotland, but moved with his family to Australia when he was seven. His first job was working as a Cadet Journalist then he began to work as a journalist working on papers such as the Melbourne Sun, The Telegraph and The Australian Women's Weekly having studied journalism at Melbourne University. Turning to literature his books include Adrift, Little Brother and The China Coin Contents.

Allan Baillie was born in Scotland in 1943 and came to Victoria, Australia with his family when he was si.

Allan Baillie was born in Scotland in 1943 and came to Victoria, Australia with his family when he was six. They moved to Emerald, then Geelong (he still barracks for the Cats), Drysdale, Portarlington and later Melbourne. Allan began writing stories for fun while still at school. He is now one of Australia's most successful writers for children. His novels, which include Little Brother (1986), The China Coin (1992), Saving Abbie (2000) and Treasure Hunters (2002), have won him acclaim, awards and international recognition. His books have found success in Japan, Sweden, Holland, Germany,.

Leah is not thrilled to be going. Leah does not see herself as Chinese. Today is our pleasure to have the composer of a successful book ‘China Coin’ Allan Baillie to be here with us. We will talk about the idea of belonging that are presented in his book. Welcome Allan Baillie !(in an excited tone) Allan Baillie: Hi Mary, hello everyone. nice voice) Mary: Very good thanks. many of my friends and I have read your book.

We find out that Leah’s father has died of cancer and they are tracing the coin for him, because he was really curious about where the other half of the coin is. Joan is spooked by what she sees on TV – a student riot.

Ringwood, Victoria : Viking. The China coin, Allan Baillie Viking Ringwood, Victoria 1991. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1991, The China coin, Allan Baillie Viking Ringwood, Victoria. SUMMARY: A Chinese-Australian and her mother make a trip to China to solve a mystery of an ancient family coin, and meet previously unknown relatives and danger at Tiananmen Square.

Yates was cautiously lifting a cooked and curried crescent to his mouth. He stopped and looked at Pettit. 30,000 years ago, before the pyramids are built, before the Ice Age comes and goes, and before Neanderthals become extinct, the Yam tribe live in peace on Bird Island.

Following the discovery of a fragment of coin, Leah and her mother set out on a quest to find their ancestral village in China. The author also wrote "Eagle Island", "Hero" and "Megan's Star".