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The rhymes often tell about people and animals in a mess, and how the problem is resolved, or not, such as Gus ...
The rhymes often tell about people and animals in a mess, and how the problem is resolved, or not, such as Gus the Hippopotamus has run out of water, Percy the Penguin wants to keep warm in winter, and the difficulties of trying to say nothing but the truth. Then there's the dinosaur of Pugton Green, Marcus Mole and his earthwork problems, along with many others just as silly and funny.
Born in the United Kingdom, Brian Allen left school at the start of World War II, working in various jobs useful to the war effort until he was old enough to join the RAF as a wireless operator/air gunner in Bomber Command. He ran his own market garden before moving to New Zealand in 1952, where he did farm work, was an accountant and a probation officer. Now retired, he is also the author of Brain Food and Other Tales and Dubious Definitions.
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