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1 Bannerman, Helen Little Black Sambo
New York, NY Platt & Munk, Publishers 1925 0448403544 / 9780448403540 1983 Printing Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket Eulalie 
unpaginated, glossy green boards w/color illsutrated front & rear covers. The classic story of a little boy who lives in India and his adventures with the tigers. His mother made his a red coat and a pair of blue trousers. Pictus Orbis - P&M 1972 altered edition (1983 reprint). The book contains the points with the opening paragraph and the last paragraph. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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2 Bannerman, Helen and edited by Piper, Watty Little Black Sambo No. 354
New York, NY Platt & Munk 1972 0822803542 / 9780822803546 Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Eulalie 
unpaginated, orange papercovered boards w/black lettering on the spine and front panell, white dj w/color illustrated front panel, white endpapers ten circle design w/green-pink illustrations. Two illustrations in color alternate with two half-tone illustrations throughout. Bottom of front flap reads No. 354 40-08. The classic story of a little boy with new clothers and his confrontation with a group of tigers and how he outwits them to regain his clothes. Watty Piper was a house pseudonym, Arnold Munk used to publish public domain materials between 1922-1978. Pictus Orbis Sambo pg 155 & 387. A P&M Questor edition. 
Price: 80.75 USD
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3 Bannerman, Helen The Story of Little Babaji
HarperCollins Publishers 1999 0062050648 / 9780062050649 4th Printing Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ Remainder Marcellino, Fred 
unpaginated, orange-brown papercovered boards w/white title block w/black lettering on the spine, dj white w/black lettering on spine & color pictorial of Little Babaji on tiger, black rem foot of book. An almost intact retelling of Bannerman's Little Black Sambo with Indian names - Babaji, Mamaji and Papiji. Pictus Orbis Sambo pg 261. New edition of the story "The Story of Little Black Sambo", that took place in India. This edition the little boy, his mother & his father have been given authentic Indian names: Babaji, Mamaji and Papaji. 
Price: 10.20 USD
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