Tarzan, King Of The Apes

Tarzan, King Of The Apes

Book - 1983
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Baker & Taylor
A baby boy, left alone in the African jungle after the deaths of his parents, Lord and Lady Greystoke, is adopted by an ape, whose own infant has died, and raised to manhood without ever seeing another human being.

& Taylor

Tarzan--the orphaned child of English aristocrats--is raised deep in the jungle and grows into a young man of ferocious strength and courage

Publisher: New York : Random House, 1983
ISBN: 9780394862125
Characteristics: 104p


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