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Mrs. Millie Mack liked to listen to her fire going crickle crackle but one winter, when she threw several pieces of wood from an old railway carriage on the fire, there were very surprising results.
The first story about Mrs Millie Mack, her cat Tom Bola, their amazing fireplace and their adventures with the express train. This book won the "CBC Picture Book of the Year" award in 1982.
About the Author
Nan Hunt is one of Australia's best loved writers of picture books and novels for young readers.
About the Illustrator
Craig Smith has been a freelance illustrator since 1976. For some of the early years he had part-time jobs - washed dishes in a restaurant, scraped rust off the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Had done drawings for advertising - groan! One interesting job he had was working as a nurse's aide in a hospital for the elderly. In that role he was able to observe the human body - something artists would usually do in a life drawing session. This experience stayed with him and affected the characterisation of his work.
Series: Australian Children's Classics
Number Of Pages: 32
Published: 26th February 1988
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 25.5 x 21.0 x 0.4
Weight (kg): 0.14