When Push Comes To Pull

When Hugh Lofting wrote and illustrated his book “Dr. Doolittle” in 1920, it was derived from the creative letters he sent home while on the front lines during World War I. His children thrilled to the good doctor’s ability to talk to the animals. Unlike other humans, Dr. Doolittle could interpret the animals’ languages and this gave him an advantage in treating their maladies. Each letter brought about a new “chapter” for the kids, and soon Dr. Doolittle’s travels had …

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