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John Kane

When John Kane was younger, he liked to make up stories for his little sister. Jimmy and Bear, who appeared in them, are still remembered to this day. John lives in Dublin, but has also lived in Australia, where he set up Australia’s number one independent advertising agency. His first book is I Say Ooh. You Say Aah and his plan is that it won’t be the last.

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