A book that explores the history of African fairy tales in the United States, The Black Fairy (Simon & Schuster, $24.95) is a history of the African fairy tale.
The story begins in the 18th century in the U.S. with a Black American who would go on to marry the daughter of a white European.
A few years later, a white family travels to Africa to teach the African children of white European missionaries about their own traditions and customs.
The children of the white European family are taught that white Europeans taught the African people a way of life that they thought was superior.
The African people would not accept the missionaries, and so they would burn the book to the ground.
This was the first step in the story of the Black fairy.
A book like The Black, however, takes a different approach to African fairy-tale history.
Instead of focusing on a single black person, The book is about the diversity of African people, their cultures, and how they interacted with each other.
It is a fascinating, rich, and complex narrative, and it is a good example of how the American story can be more than just a story about black people.
The book focuses on two different African fairy stories, one with a European backdrop and the other with an African background.
This makes it a more nuanced view of African folkloric history.
This book is a great primer for people interested in African fairy lore and history.