A read-aloud rhyms with a ta tumpatee rhythm tells the nonsense story of the old man given to jumping everything, wide and...

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THE JOLLY JUMPING MAN COME VISIT MY RANCH

A read-aloud rhyms with a ta tumpatee rhythm tells the nonsense story of the old man given to jumping everything, wide and clear, the Mayor who tried to catch him and failed, and a strange disappearance of the old jumping man and the Mayor until the day when ""...over the roofs, without trouble or care, jumped the jolly old man arm and arm with the M"" Billy and his city cousin, ride rope and brand in Come Visit My Ranch Bright pictures in both.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1950