Where to find a "banned book"?
LIttle Black Sambo... I read it as a child, I think my grandmother had a copy, but I don't know where it went. I've heard that it is banned, or no longer in publication, but I'd like to get a copy.(I think that Little Black Sambo was a genius- he found a creative way to save his village.)
I didn't realize that "banned books" were still published... thanks! and thanks for all the places to look.
Yeah, I've never been a fan of "get rich quick" schemes... I wish there were a way to take his 2 points b/c his answer was crap...
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
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- GailLv 44 years ago
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- 1 decade ago
Youshouldn't have much trouble finding that book. In it's day it was a very popular work. In our day, due to certain PC opinions, it my not be out in a reprint copy, but it's not illeagal to own a copy. My wife found one at a neighborhood yard sale and I'm sure if you got onto Ebay or some other auction websight, I'll bet you could find a copy pretty reasonable, anywhere between $5-$10. I'll bet you could find a copy by going to the internet. enter into the search engine box "Children's books; Little Black Sambo". You should find all kinds of sights with the book available. Best to you
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- BobynsLv 41 decade ago
You can get the Little Black Sambo Copies on E-bay that were banned.
They do sell a reprint version now. Look on Amazon for it.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Ask at Book World They carry Banned Books. Go to The Antique Store.
- tiny_timLv 61 decade ago
- MELISSA BLv 51 decade ago
There are over 50 copies available on Amazon.com
You can also purchase the book from Barnes and Noble. They have 10 different versions of the book.
- amazonLv 41 decade ago
I think I've seen it in a used book store, or you could just order it from Barnes and Nobel, or Borders,etc. I love that question.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Hello, this is not band it is called something else these days.
To find this Pacific book will cost you some MONEY. It is highly collectible and if you are lucky you can find it on ebay or a collector, or at a second hand store from someone who doesn't know what it is worth. I know someone who has a copy and will not part with it.
- EMWLv 41 decade ago
When in doubt, try eBay. They have everything, sooner or later.
Flea markets, especially in out-of-the-way rural areas are more likely to have it as well...same in other countries, if that's convenient.