Happy Families: Miss Jump the Jockey

Josie Jump the jockey can’t wait to gallop in a real race like her mum, her brother and her grandma, but everyone says she’s too young. But when grandma’s horse gets a sore throat and Jimmy Jump gets a splinter in his bottom, will she get her chance at long last? A classic comic story of family life for beginner readers, written by much-loved author Allan Ahlberg.

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    This story is good about a girl winning the jocky race

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    Allan Ahlberg

    Allan Ahlberg is one of Britain’s best-loved children’s writers and is the author of over a hundred books.

    Awards

    Allan’s work has been recognised by many of the top awards in children’s books, including The Red House Children’s Book Award for The Jolly Postman, The Man Who Wore All of His Clothes and The Pencil.

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