Download e-book for kindle: Clara: The (Mostly) True Story of the Rhinoceros who Dazzled by Emily Arnold McCully

By Emily Arnold McCully

ISBN-10: 0553522469

ISBN-13: 9780553522464

This attention-grabbing, informative, and touching photograph ebook by way of a Caldecott Medalist is predicated at the actual tale of an eighteenth-century rhino who toured Europe and commenced a sensation! Clara is a publication guaranteed to fascinate younger animal fanatics, historical past buffs within the making, and youngsters attracted to geography, as they keep on with a rhinoceros on her trip throughout Europe.
 
In special illustrations, McCully indicates Clara being brought to Louis XV of France, Frederick the nice of Germany, and others prepared to pay for an opportunity to stroke her tender lip. Her proprietor, a Dutch sea captain, retains Clara fed (she eats a hundred kilos of hay and 30 loaves of bread a day!) and watered (she beverages 14 buckets of water and beer) and takes loving care of her till her demise 17 years later.

Winner of the nationwide Parenting Product Award

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