THE DANCING PALM TREE And Other Nigerian Folktales
by WALKER, Barbara; Helen Siegl (Illustrator)
New York: Parents' Magazine Press, 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/very good. Large 8vo. Publisher's cloth in original dust jacket. Jacket moderately toned and rubbed at extremities with light edge-wear, including a handful of short closed tears. Cloth fresh. Interior bright. Very good. 112pp.
Collection of traditional Nigerian stories, as told to Barbara Walker by Olawale Idewu, a Nigerian student at an American university. (Inventory #: 17462)
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