New York: Garden City Publishing Co., 1942. F. Rojankovsky. probable third editions. Hardcover. Two clean, tight-bound, 7"x 9-1/2", thin children's books, unpaginated. Edges are a bit scuffed as are the tips, light fading to the cover. There is one open tear to bottom corner of one page in Leopard about 3/4ths of the way through the book. Insides are clean and crisp without kiddie depredations except for last page of Leopard which has a penned underline in a small part of one sentence. Price is for both. very Good to good+ / None, as issued, Item #17565
The story of the lazy camel who didn't want to work and could only say "Humph". And, the story of the Ethiopian and the Leopard who lived on the golden plains, but had to move to the jungle where their skin stood plainly. So the Ethopian changed his skin to black and then he used some of his black to change the leopard to spots. Two of Kipling's delightful children's Just So stories.