Boomba lives in Africa

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Holiday House , [New York]
Children, Black -- Africa -- Fiction., Blacks -- Fiction., Africa, West -- Fic

Places

Africa, West, A

Statementby Caroline Singer and Cyrus LeRoy Baldridge.
GenreFiction.
ContributionsBaldridge, Cyrus Leroy, 1889-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.S616 Bo
The Physical Object
Pagination[64] p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6325209M
LC Control Number35018845
OCLC/WorldCa7354067

: Boomba Lives in Africa: [64] p. NOT ex-library. No names, bookplate or markings in the book whatsoever. The paper-covered boards are bright, with the illustration of Boomba in the tree looking down at the tigers clear and sharp.

Corners show just a whisper of rubbing.

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Endpapers decorated with a Baldridge-drawn map of Africa. Dust jacket shows light edgewear with a 1/2" chip at. Shelf locator: Sc +Fic (Singer, C. Boomba lives in Africa) Topics Children, Black-- Africa Blacks Africa, West Genres Books Children's literature Physical Description Extent: [64] p.

col. illus. 26 cm.

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Type of Resource Text Languages English Identifiers Library of Congress Control Number: RLIN/OCLC: NYPGRB NYPL catalog ID (B. Get this from a library. Boomba lives in Africa. [Caroline Singer; Cyrus Le Roy Baldridge] -- An account of the daily life and experiences of a ten-year-old West African boy.

Boomba lives in Africa. [New York] Holiday House, (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. BOOKS for children describing other countries have changed markedly in character during the last twenty-five years.

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He had a bright yellow coat and his mother often told him lovingly, “Boomba, you look like a ball of wool!” His parents were very proud of him and knew that one day he would grow up to be the handsomest lion around.

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Boomba Lives in Africa. Baldridge, Cyrus LeRoy Ilustrador. [64] p. NOT ex-library. No names, bookplate or markings in the book whatsoever. The paper-covered boards are bright, with the illustration of Boomba in the tree looking down at the tigers clear and sharp.

Corners show just a whisper of rubbing. Endpapers decorated with a Baldridge-drawn map of Africa. This book traces the group of enslaved Africans history, from their capture in West Africa to their lives as enslaved people alongside their American-born counterparts. The Memory of Love Aminatta Forna ()Forna’s memoir, The Devil That Danced on the Water, was a daughter’s search for the truth of a murdered father’s last days, and for a country.

Cyrus Leroy Baldridge ( – June 6, ) was an artist, illustrator, author and adventurer. He was born to William Baldridge and Eliza Burgdorf Baldridge, in Alton, New York in When very young, his mother left his father and began a nomadic life as a traveling sales person, selling kitchen equipment from town to town.

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$ # From Babylon to Timbuktu: A History of. From the Bushongo in the Congo comes Bumba, the African Creator God ofvomit.

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[64] p. NOT ex-library. No names, bookplate or markings in the book whatsoever. The paper-covered boards are bright, with the illustration of Boomba in the tree looking down at the tigers clear and sharp.

Corners show just a whisper of rubbing. Endpapers decorated with a Baldridge-drawn map of Africa. African Lives book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A fast-paced look at white personalities in Africa, a few well-knowns /5(6).

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