Doctor Dolittle's Circus
|Publisher||Frederick A. Stokes|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|Preceded by||Doctor Dolittle's Post Office|
|Followed by||Doctor Dolittle's Zoo|
The doctor needs money to pay off a voyage to Africa, so he joins the circus with the pushmi-pullyu as his attraction. He enlightens a circus owner who cares little for animals, fights against the practice of fox hunting and helps other creatures such as a circus seal and cart horses too old to work.
Welbourn, Karen W., "Doctor Dolittle's Circus (1924)." Copyright 1998-2003. (Retrieved 14 February 2015.)
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