(1898 - 1990)
Born in Kanasa, Dorothy Thomas became the support of her family when her father died. After several years as a teacher, she was able to support her family with her writing, which included novels and short stories.
Hi-Po the Hippo (1942)
When a baby hippo is left on their front lawn, Mr. and Mrs Hippo decide to keep him.
How the Baby Hippo Found a Home (1942)
One morning Mr. and Mrs. Hippo find a baby in a basket by their front door. Mr. Hippo decides to keep the little boy whose name is Hi-Po.