I Can Jump Puddles

I Can Jump Puddles is the story of Alan Marshall’s childhood: a happy time where despite his disability, he learned to swim, and to ride.

Printing history
F W Cheshire, Melbourne, 1955, 225 pp.
Secker & Warburg, London, 1956, 225 pp
World Publishing Co, Cleveland, 1957, 243 pp, illus Alison Forbes
Lloyd O’Neil, Australia, 1972
Penguin, Peacock, London, 1973 pb
F W Cheshire, Melbourne, 1981, pb.
Chivers, Bath, 1983, 362 pp (large print)
Longman, London, 1980 (abridged)
Puffin Books, 1989

I Can Jump Puddles is the story of Alan Marshall’s childhood: a happy time where despite his disability, he learned to swim, and to ride.

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Alan Marshall