CAMEL BELLS by Anna Ratzesberger
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CAMEL BELLS

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First rate story of a small boy of Baghdad -- of his experiences on the banks of the Tigris, as a carefree, untutored waif, of his apprenticeship to a copper merchant, and of how he became the proud owner of the first lamb in a flock that was to grow to a hundred, under a Bedouin chieftain. Somewhat the feel of Young Fu -- for eight to nine year olds.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1935
Publisher: Whitman