story of little Babaji by Helen Bannerman

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Published by Michael de Capua Books in [New York?] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Tigers -- Juvenile fiction.,
  • India -- Juvenile fiction.

About the Edition

A little boy in India loses his fine new clothes to the tigers, but while they dispute who is the grandest tiger in the jungle he takes his clothes back again. A retelling of the Little Black Sambo story without the racial stereotypes.

Edition Notes

Book details

Other titlesLittle Black Sambo
StatementHelen Bannerman ; illustrated by Fred Marcellino.
ContributionsMarcellino, Fred.
The Physical Object
Pagination[68] p. :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20315104M
ISBN 100062050648

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Aug 30,  · For this new edition of Bannerman's much beloved tale, the little boy, his mother, and his father have all been given authentic Indian names: Babaji, Mamaji, and Dadaji. And Fred Marcellino's illustrations'lively and lavish'are unmistakably Indian in every detail.

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Aug 11,  · The same year, Fred Marcellino published The Story of Little Babaji (HarperCollins). He uses Bannerman’s words, but the setting is indisputably India and the characters are Babaji (Sambo), Mamaji (Mambo) and Papaji (Jumbo).

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