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To Catch an Elephant

Barefoot but equipped with a helmet and binoculars, a khaki-clad youngster embarks on a hypothetical mission to capture a free-ranging African elephant to tame as a pet. Soft, flowing lines in sunny shades of yellow and blue accompany a light, humorous, step-by-step adventure—on safari to the suburbs and back again—as the intrepid hunter realizes that, perhaps just maybe, wild animals are best suited for life in the wild.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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