BOMBA THE JUNGLE BOY
 
 

The Bomba the Jungle Boy series was a creation of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. While "written" by Roy Rockwood, the real author of the books, which were based on outlines supplied by the Syndicate, was John William Duffield.

BOMBA THE JUNGLE BOY or The Old Naturalist's Secret

Separated from his parents since childhood, a young boy, who has been brought up in the jungle by an old naturalist, begins the long search for his true identity."; "In this volume the reader is taken into the depth of the jungle where he meets Bomba in a life replete with thrilling situations. Once the jungle boy saves the lives of two American rubber hunters who ask him who he is. That sets Bomba to thinking. Who is he and how had he come to the jungle? He knew that he was not of the natives, for he loved the birds and wild animals better. The old naturalist gives him a hint of his father and his mother, and Bomba sets off to solve the mystery of his identity.

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212 pages
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BOMBA THE JUNGLE BOY AT THE MOVING MOUNTAIN or The Mystery of the Caves of Fire

Bomba sets out on a dangerous journey to find the medicine man who can tell him the secret of his origins. Searching for his long-lost parents, fourteen-year-old Bomba embarks on a perilous journey to a distant volcano. Bomba travels many miles through the jungle, with many encounters with wild beasts and hostile natives. At last he reaches the Andes and presently trails the old man of the burning mountain to his caves of fire and learns more concerning himself. Weird adventures underground.

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212 pages
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BOMBA THE JUNGLE BOY AT THE GIANT CATARACT or Chief Nascanora and his Captives

Bomba treks through the Amazon jungle to the Island of Snakes to find an old witch who may know the secret of his origins. From Moving Mountain Bomba travels to the Giant Cataract, still searching out his parentage. Among the Pilati Indians he finds some white captives. He finds, too, an aged woman who had at one time been a great operatic singer, and she is the first to give Bomba real news of his forebears.

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212 pages
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BOMBA THE JUNGLE BOY ON JAGUAR ISLAND or Adrift on the River of Mystery

Like the famous Tarzan, Bomba the jungle boy was separated from his parents in childhood and brought up in the steaming tropical forest by an old naturalist named Casson. He is befiriended by the wild animals of the jungle and when Casson loses his mind and memory as the result of an accident, Bomba has to shift for himself as well as look after the helpless old man.

All that Casson can recall from his shattered memory of the boy's parents are the names "Bartow" and "Laura". With only these two words for clues, Bomba begins his long search for the parents he never knew.

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216 pages
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BOMBA THE JUNGLE BOY IN THE ABANDONE CITY or A Treasure Ten Thousand Years Old

Like the famous Tarzan, Bomba the jungle boy was separated from his parents in childhood and brought up in the steaming tropical forest by an old naturalist named Casson. He is befiriended by the wild animals of the jungle and when Casson loses his mind and memory as the result of an accident, Bomba has to shift for himself as well as look after the helpless old man.

All that Casson can recall from his shattered memory of the boy's parents are the names "Bartow" and "Laura". With only these two words for clues, Bomba begins his long search for the parents he never knew.

Trade Paperback:
6 x 9 inch
216 pages
$14.95