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Slinky Malinki, Open The Door
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AuthorLynley Dodd
CountryNew Zealand
LanguageEnglish
GenreChildren's book
PublisherMallinson Rendel
Publication date
1994
ISBN0-908606-89-3
OCLC35654012
Preceded byHairy Maclary's Showbusiness 
Followed bySchnitzel von Krumm’s Basketwork 


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Slinky Malinki, Open The Door, first published in 1994, is one of the well-known series of books by New Zealand author Lynley Dodd featuring the mischievous cat, Slinky Malinki.[1][2]

Written for pre-school children, with rhythmic, rhyming text it has become a best-selling bedtime storybook in New Zealand. Slinky Malinki has a parrot friend called Stickybeak Syd, and together they open doors in their house and get into mischief.[1]

It has been recommended to educators for the incorporation of instruments during storytime.[3]

After the 2000 US presidential election had been described as a 'schmozzle', Dodd's use of the word 'shemozzle' in this book was discussed in US media,[4] with the following verse quoted:

What a SHEMOZZLE, the things they did, Slinky Malinki and Stickybeak Syd.

They stirred up some spoons and a bowl full of fruit,
In a sea of spaghetti and vegetable soup.[4]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Slinky and Stickybeak". The Sun-Herald. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 29 January 1995. p. 74. Retrieved 7 September 2019.
  2. Slinky Malinki, Open The Door at Fantastic Fiction
  3. "Musical Stories: Strategies For Integrating Literature and Musical For Young Children". Australian Journal of Early Childhood. Sage Publications. 32 (4): 7–12. 1 December 2007. Retrieved 10 September 2019 – via GALE.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Dougherty, Dick (18 December 2000). "New bulletins from the schmozzle front". Democrat and Chronicle. Rochester, New York. p. 2A. Retrieved 7 September 2019.

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