Son of the Sahara

Abu is a young sweet-seller in a Sahara oasis, and he is desperate to own a horse.

Publishing history
Hutchinson of London, 1962, illus Victor Ambrus, 207 pp.
Roy Publishers, New York, 1965, 207 pp.

Abu is a young sweet-seller in a Sahara oasis, and he is desperate to own a horse. His family is poor, and Abu will never be able to afford a horse on his own. However, when he discovers a plot to overthrow the Caid of Yelten, his fortunes change. He ends up in a Berber stronghold in the Aures Mountains, and escapes with El Mansur, an Arab stallion every Arab leader wants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kelman D Frost