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The Story of Little Black Mingo

af Helen Bannerman

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Once upon a time there was a little black girl, and her name was Little Black Mingo. She had no father and mother, so she had to live with a horrid cross old woman called Black Noggy, who used to scold her every day, and sometimes beat her with a stick, even though she had done nothing naughty. So Little Black Mingo took the chatty and ran down to the river as fast as she could, and began to fill it with water...… (mere)
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First published in 1901, "The Story of Little Black Mingo" is now a child's classic. Written by Helen Bannerman, the wife of a British surgeon stationed in England, this little book has all the qualities of "The Story of Little black Sambo, the author's best known work. Mingo is full of suspenseful, ludicrous narrative where the young Indiangirl becomes a heroine. The pages are brimful of amusing, exotic, brightly colored illustrations.
Anne Mud Cabaniss
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  paulo.bilyk | Mar 25, 2014 |
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For whatever the observation is worth, Mingo, like Bannerman's more well-known [b:Little Black Sambo|146665|The Story of Little Black Sambo|Helen Bannerman|http://photo.goodreads.com/books/1172181609s/146665.jpg|870803], takes place in India; the "black" does not refer to Africans but to South Indians or Taqmils. Like Sambo, Mingo is a child who outsmarts an aggressive animal. In this case, it's an Indian crocodile (the Mugger, Crocodylus palustris) whose fate makes turning into butter seem benign. Illustrations by Bannerman. ( )
  OshoOsho | Mar 30, 2013 |
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Once upon a time there was a little black girl, and her name was Little Black Mingo. She had no father and mother, so she had to live with a horrid cross old woman called Black Noggy, who used to scold her every day, and sometimes beat her with a stick, even though she had done nothing naughty. So Little Black Mingo took the chatty and ran down to the river as fast as she could, and began to fill it with water...

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