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Happiness Is a Watermelon on Your Head

by Stella Dreis, Daniel Hahn

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At the end of the village, behind a green door, Lived happy Miss Jolly, with Melvin, her boar.
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One ridiculously joyful lady, cauliflower hats, fish bonnets, other assorted crazy headgear, a few very large animals, a pet boar called Melvin and a whole lot of watermelons. Three miserable women discover that the key to happiness is very pink and very messy. It's completely mad.… (more)

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