South America

Tales From the Rain Forest by Mercedes Dorson.

Tales From the Rain Forest

Tales collected from the Indians and translated from the Portuguese, which give a vivid picture of traditional life. Note: This book has been sold.

$15.00

 

Warrimoo.

Tom's father and his protector gave him a year to achieve, somewhere in the world, two tasks, one of them for the sake of someone else, and to bring back a friend. Set in the Australian outback and the jungles of South America. Note: This Book Has Been Sold.

$8.00

 

The Story of the Incas, Mightiest Empire of the Early Americas.

A clear, well-researched, comprehensive study of the Incas for older children, liberally illustrated with photographs and some drawings.

$6.00

 

The Golden Wedge, Indian Legends of South America.

Tales of the Long Long Before, told, compiled, and expanded on by the authors, with an excellent bibliography.

$8.00

 

The Golden One.

A mystery with vivid glimpse of Eastbourne, a busy resort community across from Wellington, with three enterprising children, a nice old antique dealer, a golden statue, & a genuine villain. Author's second and, unfortunately, last children's book.

$32.00

 

Tales of the Western World by Suddeth & Morenus, Warren Hunter, ill.

Tales of the Western World: folk tales of the Americas.

38 tales from the Western Hemisphere, in 12 sections, taken primarily from English sources and "modified, condensed or expanded" by the authors.

$14.00

 

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