The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle
Publish date: May 31st 2005
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Doctor Dolittle (#2)
Dr. Doolittle is still awesome. I remembered quite a bit of the first Dr. Doolittle book from having read it before. I didn't really remember much of this one at all. I enjoyed it thoroughly, but it was more like reading it for the first time. Lofting is a supreme story teller, with a great gift for...
This second title in the Dolittle series was, for me, an improvement over the first due in large part to the addition of the character Tommy Stubbins – Doctor Dolittle’s young new apprentice. The first story was fun, but a little random and scattered at times. We now have a character who children ...
Tommy Stubbins is thrilled to make the acquaintance of the esteemed Doctor Doolittle. Doolittle has the amazing ability to talk to animals and he loves to travel; these two combine to send him off on many adventures. And Tommy is able to come along, a witness to all the adventures of the doctor. The...
A classic, which unfortunately is all-to-often censored for completely idiotic reasons. The first in a series, my son loved it so much that we've continued with the rest of the Dolittle books.
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