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By Roy, James; Illustrated by Gifford, Lucinda
Chook Doolan wishes he was brave enough to play soccer.Chook Doolan doesn't want to play soccer. It's scary, especially when Ashton Findus and Marty Petrovic are on the team. Can Chook find the courage to join the game?
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Chook Doolan has a brand-new ukulele - just like Eddie Two-hats!Chook Doolan can't wait to show his new ukulele to his friend Eddie Two-hats. But Eddie isn't busking in his normal spot. Where can he be? And will Chook be able to help him?
By Gifford, Lucinda; Roy, James
When Chook visits the airport with his pilot dad, Chook fears that he doesn't have what it takes to follow in his dad's footsteps.Chook Doolan has always wanted to be a pilot when he grows up, just like his dad. But being a pilot means doing a lot of scary things, like talking to... people and handling emergencies. Does Chook have what it takes to follow his dream?Read more
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The Doolans are taking a family holiday to see the cousins. Will Chook have anything in common with them?Chook is on holiday and he's supposed to play with his cousins. But they're just little girls! What can Chook do? When one of his cousins shows an interest in chess, Chook's h...oliday improves. Has Chook met his match? Mayday, mayday!Read more
Uh-oh, it's time for school camp and Chook does NOT want to go.Camp is supposed to be for the fourth years, so how come Chook has to go this year? Camp is a dangerous place, full of snakes and all kinds of scary things. Maybe Chook can just skip this time. Will Chook find the cou...rage to go to camp after all?Read more
It's Pet Day at school but Joe doesn't have a pet. Can Chook come up with a plan to help his friend?Chook's friend Joe doesn't have a pet to bring to Pet Day. To cheer him up, Chook decides they should try to find him a pet for just a day. But Joe is so sad he can't even come up ...with a plan. (And that's his best thing.) Can Chook think of a plan to help his friend? And will he be brave enough to carry it out?Read more
Chook Doolan is too much of a chicken to walk to school by himself! But then Dad tells him the special "Walking to School" rule. And RULES ARE RULES.Walking to school is too scary for Chook - until Dad tells him the special rule for walking to school safely: no talking to anyone ...until you are inside the school gates. Too easy! But not talking means that he must ignore Mrs Pho from the bakery, Eddie Two-Hats the busker and Mrs Holston the lollipop lady. Chook knows he has hurt their feelings. But what can he do? RULES ARE RULES!Read more
The eighth book in the Chook Doolan series.
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