A hardcover, first edition version of Helen Bannerman's "Little Black Sambo" with movable paper illustrations created by Julian Wehr. The book tells the story of a little boy in India who loses his fine new clothes to the tigers. The front cover has a yellow background and blue border with wavy edges. It features an illustration of the titular character, “Little Black Sambo,” seated in front of a bush. He is wearing a red jacket, white shirt, blue pants, and dark purple and red shoes. In his proper left hand, he holds a closed green and white umbrella with an orange handle. The heads and tails of four (4) tigers with orange with black stripes, are crouched behind the bush. Black, red, and blue text reads [LITTLE BLACK / SAMBO / ANIMATED! ANIMATED! / BY HELEN BANNERMAN / ANIMATIONS BY JULIAN WEHR]. The book has a red plastic spiral binding. The book features seven (7) color illustrations with movable paper parts that are operated manually with tabs. The title page features a color illustration of “Little Black Sambo” sleeping on the grass, under a palm tree and has black printed text [LITTLE BLACK SAMBO / By / HELEN BANNERMAN / E.P. DUTTON & CO, INC. • NEW YORK]. Inscribed in black ink across the top of the title page [Eleanor Hubbard from Uncle Herman & Marie / 1943] and inscribed in pencil below is [$60.00]. The black printed text on the verso of the title page reads [COPYRIGHT, 1943 BY / DUENEWALD PRINTING CORP., NEW YORK / PRINTED IN THE U.S.A. / Created and produced by the / Duenewald Printing Corporation / New York, N.Y. / Sole agents for Wehr animation / Patent No. 219763]. The book is twenty-four (24) pages and includes illustrations and a title page.