This is a wonderful and historic book about the legends and myths of the old plantations by famous writer Joel Chandler Harris. It was copyrighted and printed in 1910. It has 174 pages, 13 tales and 50 plus wonderful illustrations. Right away the reader learns about Uncle Remus, Miss Sally, and the little boy; through the stories of Uncle Remus, we are introduced to the principal animal characters, Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox. The tales are told by an elderly former slave to the young grandson of his former master. It is significant the Harris' storyteller be an elderly former slave. The writer, Harris is an advocate of preserving the oral slave traditions of storytelling.
The cover shows shelf wear and some fading, but the inside of the book is in very good condition, no writing, no tears, no fading. Binding is very good, no issues.
Please ask questions if you have them. Just a lovely, readable book.