"Golliwogg in the African Jungle" is the thirteenth
and final of Florence Upton's Golliwogg books.
The story, told in rhyme and beautifully illustrated,
follows the the adventures of Golliwogg and the Dutch Dolls as they go on
safari in East Africa.
First edition (1909) of "Golliwogg in the African Jungle" by Florence
Their quest to obtain animals for their "Wonder Zoo" finds
them taking the train, setting up their tent in the jungle helped by their
black attendants (Kooloo and Kamba), meeting up with a lion, and then politely
asking the other wild animals (giraffe, baboon, elephant, rhinoceros, etc.) if
they would join their zoo.