I Can Jump Puddles is Alan Marshall’s story of his childhood—a happy world in which, despite his crippling poliomyelitis, he plays, climbs, fights, swims, rides, and laughs.
His world was the Australian countryside early last century: rough-riders, bushmen, farmers, and tellers of tall stories—a world held precious by the young Alan Marshall.
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Alan Marshall is a New Zealand–born scholar and award-winning teacher, whose expertise combines the history of science and technology, eco-design, and the environment. He is the author of dozens of academic papers as well as both nonfiction and fiction books about the environment. He has lived and worked in some twenty-five different cities in ten countries around the world. He now teaches in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand, where he resides.
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