Germany: Pestalozzi Verlag, 1950. Pictorial Cover. Very Good. 8vo. Circa 1950, possibly earlier as the last page shows a 1930s era automobile. Cardboard leaves with cloth spine. Pestalozzi-Verlag icon and the number 1801 appear on front cover. Sound binding. Clean pages. Bright, colorful illustrations. Classic-but now never heard--counting rhyme in German. Text and illustrations are not as viciously racist or stereotypical most editions. One verse per page. Tabs at top of each page picture the ten black children who disappear one at a time as the rhyme progresses. (Inventory #: 008326)
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