Two in a Zoo.


The little Limping Boy translates the speech of the zoo animals for his companion, as they follow Twit the sparrow from cage to cage. Mahmoud the elephant declares him neither Master or Menial, but someone in between.
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Two in a Zoo.
Dunham, Curtis.
/Oliver Herford, illustrator.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, September, 1904, 1st printing; blue cloth boards with large titles in red and an elephant and stork around the letters, red title on spine with pickerel in a top hat; frontis and five amusing monochrome plates, present, as issued; 4to; 149 pp.
Juvenile hardback.
CONDITION: Very Good; no name, extremities faded, spine ends bumped, tiny spot on bottom front board margin; first signature loosening (not visible), all pages very flat and clean. In clear mylar jacket.
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