Dr. Dolittle 2

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Dell Yearling, 2001 - Fiction - 122 pages
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Life's become a lot more complicated for Dr. Dolittle now that he can talk to animals. Sometimes they expect him to solve their problems! When a lumber company begins cutting down forest animals' homes, the animals ask Dolittle for his help. "It has to be you, Doc," the frightened creatures beg him. "You're the only one we know who speaks human." The only way to save the forest is to find a mate for Ava, an endangered Pacific Western bear who lives there. Dolittle does locate a match-Archie, a singing, dancing bear who has been raised in captivity. But Ava isn't interested in Archie, and Archie wants to be onstage-not hibernating in the forest! Can Dr. Dolittle count on Archie to win Ava over and become a proud papa to little bear cubs . . . or are the forest animals and their homes destined for destruction?
Includes 8 pages of full-color photographs from the movie!

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Lara Bergen is the author of more than one hundred children's books. She lives in New York City with her husband and two kids--Sydney and Parker.

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