copyright 1943; Doubleday publishers, New York; hardbound; very good condition with unmarked pages; no dust jacket.
From Preface -
"This book come largely out of The Cheese Box. It is not, therefore, precisely a sequel to Low Man on a Totem Pole. It is more of a companion piece. If you could take the chapters of Low Man on a Totem Pole and the chapters of this book and riffle them together in the manner of an adroit card-shuffler, you'd come close to fiteing them together properly.
I'm confessing, in other words, that this book is technically imperfect and, in fact, a botch...
About the grammer in this book. It is, without question, atrocious. Grammar is a thing I never learned and, like most other human beings, I have nothing but contempt for anything I don't know..."