Paul Ashford Harris

William The Wallaby Who Couldn't Jump

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William The Wallaby Who Couldn't Jump

William was a very clever young wallaby. He could do this six times table, knew his ABC and even knew the names of Australia's longest rivers. He knew what food was good to eat and what food was bad for him, and he knew never to argue with snakes. But William couldn't jump.

His mother Dorothy and his father Eric told him, “William, you must learn to jump.”

His friend Belinda, the Black Cockatoo, thought she might teach him to fly but when he flapped his little arms Belinda burst out laughing. She knew that William would certainly never fly. “William, you can't fly so you must learn to jump,” Belinda told him.

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