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Humorbooks

Publisher: Ure Smith.
Country: Australia. Date: 1964- .


The Cousin from Fiji - Norman Lindsay (Humorbooks/Ure Smith (image)

The Cousin from Fiji
by Norman Lindays
Sydney, Ure Smith, 1965 (Humorbooks).

Paperback. Illustrated by the author.



HUMORBOOKS (URE SMITH)
Series Note: A paperback series of humorous novels and short stories by Australian and foreign authors

Series Number / Author or Editor / Title

Age of Consent
by Norman Lindsay
1973
With illustrations by the author

Are Pigs People?
by Harold H. Cox
1968
Illustrated by Nyorie Bungey

Are You Irish or Normal?
by John O'Grady; Paul Rigby; Murphy
1971

The Best of Lennie Lower
presented by Cyril Pearl and Wep
1965

The Best of Saki (H. H. Munro)
by Saki
1968
With an introduction by Graham Greene

A Bird in the Hand
by Lesley Rowlands
1967

The Black Stump and Beyond and Other Tales of the Legendary Australian
by Bill Wannan
1966

A Bottle of Sandwiches

by Denis O'Grady; Clarrie King
1970

Cop This Lot : A Novel
by Nino Culotta (pseudonym of John O'Grady)
1965

The Cousin from Fiji
by Norman Lindsay
1965

Daddy, Are You Married?
by Ross Campbell
1966

The Dinkum Pommie
by Bernard Hesling
1964

The Drums Go Bang
by Ruth Park and D'arcy Niland
1970
Illustrated by Phil Taylor

Gone Fishin'

notted by Nino Culotta [pseud. of John O'Grady] ; Scaled by "Wep"
1965; 1972

Gone Troppo

by John O'Grady
1968
Illustrated by Benier

A Good Keen Man
by Barry Crump
1965

Hang On a Minute, Mate
by Barry Crump
1966

The Hollow Woodheap
by David Denholm
1967

How to Become a Scratch Golfer
by Patrick Campbell
1964
Illustrated by Quentin Blake

In Darkest Domestica
by Eric Nicol
1966

Kids Say The Darndest Things
by Art Linkletter
1969

Lantana Lane
by Eleanor Dark
1968

Laughter in a Damp Climate : An Anthology of British Humour
by Eric G. Linfield and Egon Larsen
1969

Life with Hazel : A New Selection of Hazel Cartoons from the Saturday Evening Post
by Theodore Key
1966

Little and Orphan
by Bernard Hesling
1964

Ma and Pa : My Childhood Memories
by Rose Lindsay
1965

Mad as Rabbits
by Elizabeth Lane (pseudonym)
1966
Illustrated by Paul Rigby

Me and Gus
by Frank D. Anthony and Francis Jackson
1965
Illustrated by Nevile Lodge

My Financial Career and Other Stories : Being the First of Two Parts of the Best of Stephen Leacock
J. B. Priestley, ed.
1966

No Glamour in Gumboots
by Marian Warren; W. E. Pidgoon
1965
Illustrated by "Wep"

No Kava for Johnny
by John O'Grady
1966

Ogf : Being the Private Papers of George Cockburn, Bus Conductor, A Resident of Hurstfield, A Suburb of Sydney, Australia
by Keith Smith
1966

One of Us
by Barry Crump
1968
Illustrated by Dennis Turner

On Top of the World
by Lesley Rowlands
Published by Humorbooks / Ure Smith (1965), Sydney, 1965

Paddo
by Arthur Staples
1968

Pantaloons and Antics ; or Doodling with a Hermes
by Cyril Pearl
1970

Pardon My Boots
by Margaret Britt
1966

P. G. Wodehouse Selects the Best of Humour
by P. G. Wodehouse
1966

Priscilla Darling
by Alfred Leonardus Mazure ("Maz")
1967

Provisions for Love
by Trevor Bostock
1968

Redheap
by Norman Lindsay
1966

The Road to Tabuggeree

by Dan Reidy
1967

Saturdee
by Norman Lindsay
1966
Illustrated by the author

Save Me From My Friends and Other Stories : Being the Second of Two Parts of the Best of Stephen Leacock

by Stephen Leacock; J. B. Priestley
1967

Shear Nonsense
by John W. Brimblecombe
1965

Space Age, Go Home!
by Eric Patrick Nicol
1966

Stir Up This Stew
by Bernard Hesling
1967

The Straight and Narrow Path : A Novel
by Honor Tracy
1967

There and Back
by Barry Crump
1966

They're a Weird Mob : A Novel
by Nino Culotta (pseudonym of John O'Grady)
1964; 1966
Illustrated by "Wep"

The Things They Do To You
by John O'Grady
1968
Illustrated by "Wep"

A Treasury of Australian Humour
gathered together with an introduction and commentaries by Bill Wannan
1965

Why Can't the English?
by Lesley Rowlands
1964
Illustrated by Cedric Flower

The Yarns of Billy Borker
by Frank Hardy
1967
Illustrated by Vane. Introduced by Clement Semmler.

You Should Have Been Here On Thursday
by E. G. Webber
1965
Illustrated by Nevile Lodge. Foreword by Peter McIntyre.


Author: David Paul Wagner






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