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Help finding a book from my childhood!

Hi!

I have been trying to remember a book that my dad used to read to me when I was little... it was something about Rushmore and a rusty old key???
The text went something like - "Rushmore, oh Rushmore, silly old me, what have I done with my rusty old key..."

If anyone can help, please post! I would love to buy a copy of this book!!!!
Thank you

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LillyRoseSH
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Re: Help finding a book from my childhood!

:smileyhappy:  I googled the lines you remembered and all it came up with was an answer to a post that I'm assuming you made on a different site.  I case I'm wrong, or some one else is curious, that book was called Gertrude the Goose Who Forgot.