WHISTLING-TWO-TEETH: And the Forty-Nine Buffaloes by Naomi Averill

WHISTLING-TWO-TEETH: And the Forty-Nine Buffaloes

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a very effective and original book, but almost too different to go. Primitive in a sophisticated way, almost Egyptian. The story is told in pictures and text of a young Indian lad who determined to find out through his own efforts, and his own ""magic"" where the missing buffaloes had gone. A picture book that ""progressive parents"" will like better than the average parent.

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap