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The Sad Story of Veronica Who Played the Violin By David Mckee

The Sad Story of Veronica Who Played the Violin

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Veronica is famous for making people cry - by playing her violin. She starts off by making her neighbours wail, but soon they are weeping for joy. Now she needs a new challenge, and so heads off to the jungle to discover a different kind of music.

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The Sad Story of Veronica Who Played the Violin by David Mckee

When Veronica learned to play the violin, at first she was awful. It was terrible for the neighbours. But she practised, and became so much better that it seemed she could make the whole world cry. She wasn't having enough adventure though, so she packed up and went off to the deepest darkest jungle, where her playing charmed (nearly) all the fierce creatures into dancing. The streets are not full of happy, dancing people, though - perhaps the deaf, old lion might know why.

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About David Mckee


David McKee studied at Plymouth Art College and his first book was published in 1964. His books are now published in many languages throughout the world, and many of them have been adapted for television. Elmer the patchwork elephant is David McKee's brainchild, and he is the one of the most highly acclaimed contemporary children's book creators.

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GOR003468516
The Sad Story of Veronica Who Played the Violin by David Mckee
David Mckee
Used - Well Read
Paperback
Andersen Press Ltd
2002-04-25
32
1842701029
9781842701027
N/A
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