Across the Blue Mountains by Emma Chichester Clark

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Miss Bilberry just can’t help wondering whether she might be happier if she lived on the other side of the mountains. So, with her cat, Chester, her dog, Cecilie, and her two birds, Chitty and Chatty, at her side, and all her worldly possessions in a wheelbarrow, she sets off to find out. “Chichester Clark’s breezy writing style matches the quirky, can-do spirit of Miss Bilberry.”--Publishers Weekly
 

About Emma Chichester Clark

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Emma Chichester Clark won the Mother Goose Award in England for the most promising newcomer in children's book illustration in 1988 and has illustrated more than forty collections and picture books, including several collections by Geraldine McCaughrean: Greek Myths, Greek Gods and Goddesses, and Roman Myths. She is also the author and artist of I Love You, Blue Kangaroo! Ms. Clark lives in London, England.
 
Published October 15, 1993 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Miss Bilberry feels compelled to move from her tranquil home to the other side of the mountains--all in order to see whether she can be ``even happier.'' Accompanied by four pets and pushing her belongings in a heavy cart, she loses her way.

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Chichester Clark's ( The Minstrel and the Dragon Pup ; I Never Saw a Purple Cow ) deceptively quiet tale spurs wanderlust and ``what if'' fantasies while also extolling the virtues of staying home. Mi

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Chichester Clark's ( The Minstrel and the Dragon Pup ;

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