Joey in the Outback

A collection of 5 short stories for children with Joey, a little boy living in outback Australia. The 5 stories:
"Joey’s New Job",
"Joey and the Boomerang Tree",
"Joey and the Didgeridon’t",
"The Dog That Lived On Paper" and
"Joey and Tyrannosaurus Rex"
total 4700 words.
There is also a brief explanation of a few of the many Australia references in the stories.
Illustrated with colour pictures.

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About Richard F. Challis

Richard Frederick Challis was born on April the 7th 1924 in Stafordshire, England, the 5th child of 10. His father was a master painter, and his efforts to feed his large family during the great depression of the 1930's is the basis of the novel "The Old Firm".
Richard was apprenticed at 15 and gradually rose to become the area sales manager for his company for the North of England. This is told in Richard's business autobiography "Time and Chance"
Richard migrated to Australia in 1964 and was his company's regional Manager for the Far East and Oceania. His international travels are related in the novel "When Angels Travel".
After leaving his company, Richard became a lecturer at the Elton Mayo School of Management (Now part of the University of South Australia) specialising in international marketing.

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