The Story of Doctor Dolittle by Hugh Lofting
John Dolittle, MD, is a respected physician and quiet bachelor's degree, living with his sister Sarah in the village. England's Puddleby-on-the-Marsh, his love for animals has grown over the years, and his domesticated house eventually terrified his human clients, leading to their extinction. Wealth But after learning the secret of speaking to every animal from his Polynesian parrot, he went to veterinary practice.
His fortunes rose and fell again after the arrival of the alligator, leaving his sister abandoned with the intention of getting married. But his reputation in the animal kingdom spread all over the world. He was enlisted to travel to Africa to cure a monkey plague as he faces bankruptcy. He had to borrow supplies and a boat and sail with the crew of his favorite animals. But had to be wrecked when it arrived in Africa. On their way to the Monkey Kingdom, his band is captured by the King of Jolliginki, a victim of European exploitation who doesn't want white people to enter his country.
The band was barely escaped from the trick. But made it to the monkey kingdom where things dire were the result of a devastating epidemic. He vaccinated the good monkey and nursed the sick back to health. With admiration, the monkey meets Pushme Palliu, a shy, rare double-headed gazelle-unicorn that may bring money. Do Little goes home
On their return trip, they were captured again in Jolliginki, this time they escaped with the help of Prince Bampo, who gave them a ship in exchange for Dohli bleaching Bampo's face. White, his greatest desire is to act as a prince in a European fairy tale. The crew of Do Little then has to escape with the pirates, leading to Dolittle's win over the treasure-filled pirate ship and rescue a boy whose uncle has been abandoned on a rocky island. After the two reunited, Dolittle finally returned home and toured with Pushme Pulley in the circus until he earned enough to retire to his beloved home in Puddleby.