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5 edition of Elephant boy of Burma found in the catalog.

Elephant boy of Burma

by Robert R. Harry

  • 52 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Random House in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Burma
    • Subjects:
    • Elephants -- Fiction.,
    • Burma -- Fiction.

    • About the Edition

      Poo Ban has turned twelve and is now old enough to work for the Englishman with his elephant.

      Edition Notes

      StatementRobert R. Harry, Sr. ; illustrated by Matthew Kalmenoff.
      GenreFiction.
      ContributionsKalmenoff, Matthew, ill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ7.H2562 El
      The Physical Object
      Pagination177 p. :
      Number of Pages177
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5797585M
      LC Control Number60010030
      OCLC/WorldCa302501

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        Yet today, Myanmar's timber elephant is under threat. Once the richest reservoir for biodiversity in Asia, Myanmar's forest cover is steadily depleting . Wonderful book about a boy who gets caught up in World War II events in Burma. Nick is sent from the bombings of London to live with his (divorced) father on his teak plantation. Nick is learning how to train elephants to log timber, and other details for eventually taking over his father's job, but soon the Japanese invade and everything changes/5(36).

      This book provides a moving story of a boy´s journey into manhood as well as an action-packed adventure that keeps the pages turning. It also provides a look at the innocent victims of war, the animals. The interactions between man and elephant in this book are fascinating. This is a great book to draw boys or reluctant readers into the realms. Elephant Run is a young adult book by Roland Smith. Elephant Run takes place on a teak plantation in Burma during World War II and follows a fourteen-year-old boy named Nicholas Freestone and Mya.


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Part biography, part war epic, Elephant Company is an inspirational narrative that illuminates a little-known chapter in the annals of wartime heroism. Praise for Elephant Company “This book is about far more than just the war, or even elephants. This is the story of friendship, loyalty and breathtaking bravery that transcends species/5(K).

Modoc is the joint biography of a man and an elephant born in a small German circus town on the same day in Bram was the son of an elephant trainer, Modoc the daughter of his prize performer.

The boy and animal grew up devoted to each Elephant boy of Burma book. When the Wunderzircus was sold to an American, with no provision to take along the human staff, Bram stowed away on the ship to prevent being /5().

Get this from a library. Elephant boy of Burma. [Robert R Harry; Matthew Kalmenoff] -- Poo Ban has turned twelve and is now old enough to work for the Englishman with his elephant. This is a vintage hardcover children's book titled "Elephant Boy of Burma" by Robert R.

Harry, Sr. It has a copyright date ofand was published by Random House. This book has a Gibralter Library Binding, and is a former school library book. It still has some of the stickers and a Seller Rating: % positive.

NPR environmental and animal journalist Vicki Crokes new book about the British elephant mahout and teak man James Billy Williams in Burma in the interregnum between the 20th Centurys World Wars easily began as the best nonfiction Id read all year.

Elephants and Burma--what a combination of mysteries/5. Poo Ban wishes fervently to join the team of loggers who work with their elephants for an English company. The death of his father in a combat with a vicious tiger has given the twelve year old boy a sense of responsibility, and it is with diligence that he has trained the spirited baby elephant, Golden One, to help him in his tasks as man of the family.

The elephant, high strung and frisky. Before leaving Burma Williams could name a thousand elephants individually, which is something I find remarkable. Tell us about Bandoola, the hero of the book. Bandoola was a massive Asian elephant the same age as Williams, and it’s hard not to think of them as twins, only different species.

Our “unlikely hero” is Lt. Col. James Howard Williams, known as Elephant Bill, a dashing, athletic man with a deep attachment to animals of all kinds, and an uncanny ability to communicate Author: Sara Gruen.

Elephant Boy is a British adventure film starring Sabu in his film debut. Documentary filmmaker Robert J. Flaherty, who produced some of the Indian footage, and supervising director Zoltan Korda, who completed the film, won the Best Director Award at the Venice Film film was made at the London Films studios at Denham, and in Mysore, India, and is based on the story "Toomai of Music by: John Greenwood.

Elephant Run is a young adult historical novel by Roland Smith, first published in It takes place mainly in Burma in the midst of World War main character is Nicholas Freestone, a year-old boy, tamed and simple, who is sent to live by his mother with his father on the family teak plantation, which requires toughness and strength, to escape the bombing in : Roland Smith.

Elephant Run caught my eye because of its ever changing setting from London to Burma and its time during World War II. I enjoy reading many war and historical fiction books but this one, just reading the summary on the back, it immediately got my attention/5.

J.H. Williams is the protagonist of Vicki Croke’s splendid new book, “Elephant Company: The Inspiring Story of an Unlikely Hero and the Animals Who Helped Him Save Lives in World War II.”.

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Part One. The Making of an Elephant Wallah. Chapter 1. The Shoulders of a Giant. Deep in the jungle-clad hills of northwest Burma, close to the border of the Indian state of Manipur, Billy Author: Vicki Constantine Croke.

visiting this place Amazing and adorable animal. i paid $ for a huge tray of Banana, sugar cane, corn etc. for them. Please to see them enjoyed come to see this lovely Elephant and feed them your heart will be melt when you see then enjoy their 2/5(). The Elephant Camp provides visitors with a great opportunity to gain a brief insight into the nature study coincident with relaxation.

Taking a trip to the camp from a Burma tour, the participants will experience a minute elephant ride, which allows them to admire the wonder and serenities of natural virgin forest. The environs would be. One-Fourteenth of an Elephant: A Memoir of Life and Death on the Burma-Thailand Railway by Ian Denys Peek pp, Doubleday, £ What makes the book unusual - and I have read quite a few.

The arrival of Save Elephant Foundation (SEF) Myanmar marks the first international foundation to open in the country and work with the government and people. In fact, the foundation will be run locally in Myanmar and supervised by SEF Thailand.

The goal of SEF Myanmar is not just to help elephants, but to provide education to and empower. The Japanese took over the Freestone plantation and are starting to take over Burma.

Nick was kept as a slave/servant and Nick's dad was sent to a labor camp. Elephant Run is a very good adventure novel.

I personally think it's a mystery/adventure novel. Roland wrote this book with very effected details/5(18). Burma Boy.

by Biyi Bandele. pp, Cape, pounds Next time it looks, the grand list of comic military characters in literature - from Uncle Author: Giles Foden.Shooting Elephant. In the first sentence of the story the narrator is explicit about the Burmese attitudes toward him as a representative of the imperial power: “In Moulmein, in lower Burma, I.