This is the story of a little black boy, told for children and illustrated with over fifty photographs showing Tobe and his brothers and sisters in all the varied activities of a small southern farm. Both vocabulary and sentence structure have been kept as simple as possible, and although not graded rigidly to any one level, it should be read easily by children in the earlier grades.
Originally published in 1939.
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Published January 1, 1939
by The University of North Carolina Press.
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