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The Chicken's curse

Felix and Livia are being pursued across the Roman empire, from the darkest, dampest corner of Gaul to the dry, desert sands of Tadmor. They must reach Rome by the Ides of April to rescue Livia's brother before he is sent into the arena to do battle with lions and perhaps a vicious ostrich or two! Along the way, the pair are helped (and hindered) by a selfish sacred chicken, a foolish camel and a grumpy magic carpet as they encounter bandits, a shipwreck and a false accusation. Will they save Livia's brother in time, or will they all fall victim to the chicken's curse?

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32320004645655 J
Junior Fiction   Thornton library . . Available .  
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ISBN 9781760525569 (pbk.)
1760525561
Classification Number J
Author Watts, Frances
Title The Chicken's curse [BK]
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Felix and Livia are being pursued across the Roman empire, from the darkest, dampest corner of Gaul to the dry, desert sands of Tadmor. They must reach Rome by the Ides of April to rescue Livia's brother before he is sent into the arena to do battle with lions and perhaps a vicious ostrich or two! Along the way, the pair are helped (and hindered) by a selfish sacred chicken, a foolish camel and a grumpy magic carpet as they encounter bandits, a shipwreck and a false accusation. Will they save Livia's brother in time, or will they all fall victim to the chicken's curse?
Subject Fugitives from justice -- Juvenile fiction
Rescues -- Juvenile fiction
Friendship -- Juvenile fiction
Australian fiction
Children's stories
Australian fiction
Children's stories
Friendship
Fugitives from justice
Rescues
Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D.
Rome (Empire)
Additional Author Canby, Kelly
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