Rescuing Ivy

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High Hill Press, 2016 - Juvenile Fiction - 132 pages
In 1916, Tennesse a 12-year-old girl, Danna's sneaks a late-night visit with Ivy, the circus elephant she loves. The circus that visits her small town has a newly hired elephant keeper who gets drunk and yells at Ivy. What happens next results in the animal being wrongly condemned to death for killing a man. When nobody believes the girl that Ivy is innocent, she sets out to save the elephant herself, teaming up with a circus boy, her older brother, and two hoboes."--Publisher information.

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In RESCUING IVY, Danna’s favorite circus elephant, Ivy, is wrongly accused of killing a circus worker. Young Danna was witness to the scene, but no one will believe her story! Danna convinces her older brother, and together they team up with a young circus worker and some hoboes to rescue Ivy from being put to death.
Young readers will enjoy the photos and facts about real elephants and the circus at the end of the book. Included are websites where readers can find more information about the circus, hoboes and animal rights.
 

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