UNCLE BOUQUI OF HAITI by Harold Courlander

UNCLE BOUQUI OF HAITI

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With attractive decorations by Lucy Crockett and large print, this could be for beginners in reading but its charm and philosophy would be best put over by reading aloud. Uncle Bouqui is a big black gentle Haitian who lives in the Red Mountains. These humorous folk-tales tell of his constant struggle of wits with Ti Malice, a crafty little man. They were collected by the author in Haiti.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1942
Publisher: Morrow