HEZEKIAH HORTON by Ellen Tarry

HEZEKIAH HORTON

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Hezekiah is a colored boy living on Lenox Avenue in Harlem. He is stark, caving mad about cars, his only ambition is to own one when he gets older. A kind man comes along in a superb new red number with a top which goes up at the press of a button. He gives the boy and his pale a ride. A simple story of little appeal to adults but it is written for our motor minded boys, though this will be a necessarily shrinking group until the war ends.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1942
Publisher: Viking