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She'll be Coming Round the Mountain

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Read along and sing along to this rollicking, toe-tapping romp! She'll be coming round the mountain when she comes...And she'll sure be coming in style, as she whistles like a train as she speeds across the plain and stops us all from feeling glum when she paints the whole town plum! Silly antics; madcap heroine; infectious refrain - all in all a book that begs to be read again and again and again!

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Jonathan Emmett Biography

Jonathan Emmett worked as an architect before becoming a children’s author. As well as writing picture books such as Bringing Down the Moon, Someone Bigger and The Princess and the Pig, Jonathan also writes and paper-engineers pop-up books. His books have been translated into over thirty different languages and have won se

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When Ruth's three children aren't sending footballs whizzing past her ears and persuading her that sweets are healthy, they're saying funny things that she scribbles down and turns into stories.

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