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Robert D. San Souci (au); Michael McCurdy (il); Edgar Rice Burroughs (au). Edgar Rice Burroughs’ story of the boy raised by apes is now accessible to a new generation of young readers in this exciting picture book. Tarzan, whose name means “white skin,” is adopted by a tribe of apes, but as he grows older, he begins to realize that he is not like the others. When he explores the abandoned cabin of his dead parents, he discovers that he is something called “human,” a species that uses reason & intelligence. These special human qualities give him the power he needs to become ruler of the apes. But at the same time, he knows that he cannot always be among them; he must leave to follow his destiny as a man. Dramatically illustrated with vivid scratchboard paintings by Michael McCurdy.
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