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by Richard Barnum,Harriet H. Tooker

Download Tum Tum the Jolly Elephant: His Many Adventures (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press) eBook
ISBN:
1406597155
Author:
Richard Barnum,Harriet H. Tooker
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dodo Press; Illustrated edition (March 7, 2008)
Pages:
104 pages
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Illustrated by. Harriet h. tooker

Illustrated by. tooker. Once upon a time Tum Tum was a baby elephant, and lived away off in a far country called India, with many other elephants, little and big, in the jungle. The jungle is just another name for woods, or forest, only the jungle is a very thick woods. The trees grow big and strong, and between them grow strong vines so that it is hard for any living creature except an elephant, or maybe a snake to push his way along. One day Tum Tum, who had been eating his dinner of leaves, with his father and mother, heard a loud trumpeting in the woods back of where he was standing.

Richard Barnum, Harriet H. Tooker (Illustrator). In fact, Tum Tum was nearly always happy and jolly, and, though he had many troubles, in all the adventures that Tum Tum was a jolly elephant. Tum Tum was a jolly elephant. I shall tell you that much at the start of this story, so you will not have to be guessing as to who Tum Tum was. Tum Tum was the jolliest elephant in the circus, but before that he was the jolliest elephant in the woods or jungle.

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Illustrated by. New york barse & hopkins publishers. In fact, Tum Tum was nearly always happy and jolly, and, though he had many troubles, in all the adventures that happened to him, still, he always tried to be good natured over them. So I am going to tell you all about Tum Tum, and the wonderful things that happened to him.

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Barnum, Richard (Harriet H. Tooker Illustrator). Published by Barse & Co, New York (1915). In green cloth lettered and decorated in black. Spotting to the upper edges of the front cover and rear cover. Seven full page monochrome illustrations. Seller Inventory E15521B. More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Stock Image. Richard Barnum, Harriet H. Published by Dodo Press (2008). ISBN 10: 1406597155 ISBN 13: 9781406597158.

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In fact, Tum Tum was nearly always happy and jolly, and, though he had many troubles, in all the adventures that .

In fact, Tum Tum was nearly always happy and jolly, and, though he had many troubles, in all the adventures that happened to him, still, he always tried to be good-natured over them. The jungle is just another name for woods, or forest, only the jungle is a very thick woods

"Tum Tum was a jolly elephant. I shall tell you that much at the start of this story, so you will not have to be guessing as to who Tum Tum was. Tum Tum was the jolliest elephant in the circus, but before that he was the jolliest elephant in the woods or jungle. In fact, Tum Tum was nearly always happy and jolly, and, though he had many troubles, in all the adventures that happened to him, still, he always tried to be good-natured over them. So I am going to tell you all about Tum Tum, and the wonderful things that happened to him. "