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  • About lunch-time Jip asked Dab-Dab to tell the Doctor that he was getting worried and wanted to speak to him.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • Poor Gub-Gub began to weep; and Dab-Dab made ready to fly to save her life.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • Presently Dab-Dab saw the sail of another ship a long way behind them on the edge of the sea.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • Now one sunshiny day the Doctor and Dab-Dab were walking up and down on the ship for exercise; a nice fresh wind was blowing the boat along, and everybody was happy.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • "Yes," said Dab-Dab, who was toasting muffins for his tea, "it is indeed!"

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • When he came back and said that it was done, the Doctor asked Dab-Dab to bring a basin.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • "Most interesting!" murmured the Doctor; and he took a book out of the trunk which Dab-Dab was packing and began turning the pages.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • Dab-Dab, the duck, used to keep herself cool by jumping into the sea and swimming behind the ship.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • And at last Dab-Dab found him on the other side of the village in a stable-yard, where all the dogs of the country-side were standing round him speechless with admiration and respect.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

  • Then the Doctor asked Dab-Dab to fly up and tell the swallows that pirates were coming after them in a swift ship, and what should he do about it.

    The Story of Doctor Dolittle

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