Epaminondas And Other Stories For Little Ones By Bryant - 1938 - Black Americana


Epaminondas And Other Stories For Little Ones By Bryant - 1938 - Black Americana

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Epaminondas And Other Stories For Little Ones By Bryant - 1938 - Black Americana:
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EPAMINONDAS AND OTHER STORIES
FOR LITTLE ONES by Sara Cone Bryant
Illustrated by Honor C. Appleton & Patten Wilson
African American Black Collectible
London: George G. Harrap & Co., June 1932.
Jarrold & Sons, Ltd., Norwich, Great Britain
Color and black & white illustrations.


EPAMINONDAS AND OTHER STORIES FOR LITTLE ONES
by Sara Cone Bryant
Illustrated by Honor C. Appleton & Patten Wilson
London Bombay Sydney: George G. Harrap & Co., June 1932.
Printed by Jarrold & Sons, Ltd., Norwich, Great Britain
Hardcover. 4 1/2" x 6 3/8". 56 pages.
Color and black & white illustrations.

ABOUT EPAMINONDAS
Epaminondas and his Auntie is one of a series of books for young children written by Sara Cone Bryant and illustrated by Inez Hogan. It was first published by Buccaneer Books in 1907.
eponymous character is a young black boy, and the stories are based on a folk tales from the Southern states of the U.S. Like Helen Bannerman's The Story of Little Black Sambo, which was originally written about a boy from Southern India but was later illustrated in many printings with stereotypes of African-Americans, the Epaminondas books have been criticised as having racist overtones and stereotypes.
stories' texts focus on and derive their humor from the problem of miscommunication between adults and children.
versions of the tale were published by Constance Egan, Eve Merriam, Mary Claire Pinckney and Cathy East Dubowski. Some versions are written in English or French.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sara Cone Bryant (born 1873) was the author of various children's book in the early 20th century, including, How to Tell Stories To Children, Stories to tell the littlest ones, Epaminondas and His Auntie, I am an American, The Burning Rice Fields, . . .
brother, Albert Bryant, ran The Centaur Company and Sterling Products which later became Sterling Drug and his father-in-law was Charles Henry Fletcher.


FAIR. Cover is heavily worn with missing patch in the upper left. Spine is missing. Binding a little loose. Pages are in very good condition with a few stain spots.

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