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The Story of Little Black Quibba by Helen Bannerman - Hardcover - from The Little Book Store and Biblio.com

The Story of Little Black Quibba

by Helen Bannerman

Condition: Very Good


London: Nisbet & Co. Ltd.. Decorative Cloth. Very Good. Helen Bannerman. This edition of Little Black Quibba dates from c. 1930s. It contains 33 full page colour illustrations in Helen Bannerman's naive style. The story follows Quibba in his quest to find Mangoes to feed to his poorly mother and his adventures with an elephant, snake and frogs on the way. Condition: Binding: Some marks on front cover and on rear fixed end paper. Interior: Marks to two illustrations and one text page, creasing to one page, otherwise very good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.


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