London: Robert Hale Limited, 1963. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Early reprint. 190 pp + illustrations, with index. Treetops menu laid in, with notation "27th of September '63 with George Jarman" written on it. A near fine copy with slight edgewear. Dust jacket has small chips to head and foot of spine. "Treetops, in forest about 100 miles from Nairobi, Kenya, acquired world fame in February 1952, when Princess Elizabeth was staying there and became Queen on her father's death. Built high in a tree beside a natural pool in a clearing, Treetops is unique; a fantastic hotel where guests dine luxuriously, which a magnificent parade of wild life takes place below them .. The Story of how Eric Sherbrooke Walker and his life, Lady Bettie Walker, build the house in the tree, and re-erected it after it was burned down by the Mau Mau, is a frank and amusing tale of lively enterprise" (dust jacket). (Inventory #: 1900)
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