Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of Black Tales for White Children. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by Stigand C. H., which is now, at last, again available to you. Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside Black Tales for White Children: And he said to her, Last time I ate here you told me that I was a fool for not getting you the clothes you wanted, now look first in the parcel I have brought and see if they are indeed the clothes you want before I eat. ...One day he came home to his wife and said to her, My wife, it is time that I went up the coast trading, so in a weeks time I will start and will go to Zanzibar and Maskat, and then, after the space of one year, I will return again....So the husband called for his horse, and the wife ran in and brought out another bag of a thousand dollars, and as he mounted she gave it to him, saying, Take this, my husband, and give it to him for your father, and if you gallop after him down that road you will surely overtake him....So the snake and Mizi lived together, till one day that snake said to her, Now you must go and look for a wife for me; but she must come of her own free will, and what money she wants she must have....When the cock looked at the hares body he saw that [Pg 160] his head had really been cut off, so he said to those wives of the hare, I am not able to wait for your food, for to-day in your house there is a great mourning, and it is I who have deceived the hare; so now I am going home.