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Rachael Treasure

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kellie November 19th, 2008 02:54 AM PST

I havent read jillaroo yet but intend on going and getting it this week after reading the stockman. I started reading this book about 3 weeks ago and only took me this long to finish it because I could not get the book back from my 15 year old daughter. This child would not read a book if her life depended on it but the fantastic writing of Rachael Treasure has kept her mesmerized and she is now looking forward to reading anything else that this writer has written. Living on a property ourselves and living with cattle, horses and dogs my daughter has just loved being able to associate with some of the things in the book and expecially with the kelpie breed of dog. She is due to head out west next week on her traineeship (yes she's training to be a jillaroo) and she just cant wait to see how well the kelpies on her trainee property work with the sheep. The book Jillaroo will be going with her so I suppose it looks as though I will have to buy two copies.

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