Footprints in the Sand.


A South African family emigrates from Cape Town to live in Bechuanaland as it was then,a British Protectorate in South Africa.This is the story of the emergent African country,from colony to self rule to independence as seen through the eyes of the Mincher family.Paul of Scottish parents,from Cape Town,and his wife Kay,the adopted daughter of Field Marshall Smuts.Intertwined with the story is Tati,a blue vervet monkey,whom the children found on the banks of the Tati River.Very remarkable.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a v/g clean pictorial d/w,Size 9×6 pp 7+156,inc,sketches at the head of each chapter,plates,page map.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread),Internaly clean and bright throughout. A fine – fine as new copy.


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