Modoc

by Ralph Helfer | Nonfiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0060182571 Global Overview for this book
Registered by krin511 of Olney, Maryland USA on 4/23/2023
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Journal Entry 1 by krin511 from Olney, Maryland USA on Sunday, April 23, 2023
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On a quiet morning in 1896, in a small German circus town, a boy and an elephant were born. The boy was named Bram, the elephant Modoc. Bram was the son of a local elephant handler, and even as a child he showed signs of becoming a master handler. Modoc grew impressively beyond anyone's imagination - exceptional intelligence, massive size, and a gentleness surpassing that of even the kindest elephants. The two were raised as siblings, and when news came that the circus was being sold, thirteen-year-old Bram did the only thing he could imagine: He stowed away to be with Modoc. In the 1930s they finally arrived in New York, where for the next two decades Modoc rose to great performing fame in the center ring of the world's most popular circus. Then tragedy struck, and the lives of Modoc and Bram were forever changed. Modoc is an epic for the ages, destined to be a classic, and sure to be cherished by readers young and old.

Released 1 yr ago (4/23/2023 UTC) at Day Of The Book (Street Festival) On Howard Avenue in Kensington, Maryland USA

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