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Dr. Dolittle and Friends

Dr. Dolittle and Friends

Escrito por Hugh Lofting

Narrado por Thomas Machin


Dr. Dolittle and Friends

Escrito por Hugh Lofting

Narrado por Thomas Machin

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11 minutos
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Publicado:
Oct 20, 2020
ISBN:
9781094253657
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Audiolibro

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It has been three long, rainy, BORING days in Dr. Dolittle’s home, and his animal friends are feeling wilder than usual. The animals cause a ruckus in the house, and Dr. Dolittle declares that they all need a picnic out in the fresh air.

But when it is time to go home, one of his animal friends is nowhere to be found! Can Dr. Dolittle find his missing friend?

Join Dr. Dolittle and his friends in a laugh-out-loud animal adventure inspired by Hugh Lofting’s classic stories.
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Oct 20, 2020
ISBN:
9781094253657
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Sobre el autor

Hugh Lofting (1886-1947) was an English writer, soldier, and civil engineer. Born in Berkshire, England, Lofting was raised in a family with Irish and English parentage. Educated at Mount St Mary’s College, Lofting matriculated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he studied civil engineering between 1905 and 1906. After working for several years as a civil engineer, Lofting enlisted in the Irish Guards in order to fight in the Great War. Horrified by his experience in combat, Lofting wrote creative letters home to his wife and children that originated his legendary character Doctor Dolittle, a physician with the unique ability to speak with animals. Gravely wounded in France, Lofting returned home briefly before moving with his family to Connecticut. In 1920, he published The Story of Doctor Dolittle, the first in a series of fifteen novels and short story collections for children that have inspired numerous adaptations for theater, film, and television. In addition to these novels, Lofting published several other works for children—including picture books and poems—as well as Victory for the Slain (1942), a long antiwar poem and his only work written for adult readers.

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