Monkey who Wouldn’t Kill

by Henry Drummond

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Along with a passion for evangelism, Drummond also had a passion for the natural sciences. As a missionary, not only did he preach to the peoples of central Africa, but he also studied and observed the African wildlife. Drummond’s travels inspired this delightful children’s book, in which a mischievous monkey wreaks havoc upon all who try to catch him. The book contains sixteen drawings by the prominent British artist, Louis Wain.

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Henry Drummond
Source: Wikipedia
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Born: August 17, 1851
Died: March 11, 1897
Related topics: Christian life, Drummond, Henry,--1851-1897, Evolution (Biology), Fiction, Human beings
Basic information: Henry Drummond (17 August 1851 – 11 March 1897) was a Scottish evangelist, writer and lecturer.
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