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Tum Tum, the Jolly Elephant

Richard Barnum

Book Overview: 

Tum Tum is such a good-natured elephant, even through all his adventures. He is always so helpful, whether in his jungle home or in the circus, Tum Tum could be counted on to help everyone. That helpfulness got Tum Tum caught in the trap, but he made the best of the situation.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Gumble-umble.

He was always finding fault, it seemed.

Into the water splashed the five elephant children. They went out where it was about deep enough to come up to their ears, and then they sucked water up in their trunks and sprayed it over their backs, to drive away the flies and[Pg 17] gnats that bit them. Then they swam out into deep water, and rolled and tumbled about, having great fun. They splashed each other, squirted water all over, and soon were as cool as cucumbers on ice.

All at once, through the jungle, there sounded a loud trumpeting.

"Hark!" cried Whoo-ee, as he stopped squirting water on Thorny. "What's that?"

"It's Mr. Boom signaling that there's danger!" cried Tum Tum.


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Tum Tum, and the other elephants who were in swimming, made no more noise than a fly walking up the window. They all kept quiet and listened.

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