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The story takes place in a mythical India and the tigers racing around the tree are turned into [[ghee]], an [[Indian]] form of [[butter]].
 
The story takes place in a mythical India and the tigers racing around the tree are turned into [[ghee]], an [[Indian]] form of [[butter]].
  
The story was a children's favorite for many years, but then became controversial in certain countries due to the increase of [[political correct]]ness.
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The story was a children's favorite for many years, but then became controversial in certain countries due to the increase of [[political correctness]].
 
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The story takes place in a fairy tale India with Caribbean elements, with the tigers racing around the tree are turned into ghee, rendered as "butter" and the humans eating inhuman quantities of pancakes.
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Helen Bannerman went on to write many similar books.
 
Helen Bannerman went on to write many similar books.
  
 
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the original cover of Little Black Sambo.

The Story of Little Black Sambo is a children's book by Helen Bannerman. Helen was a Scottish national. The book was first published in 1899 and features the hero, Sambo, outwitting a group of hungry tigers to return safely home where he eats 169 pancakes for his supper.

The story takes place in a mythical India and the tigers racing around the tree are turned into ghee, an Indian form of butter.

The story was a children's favorite for many years, but then became controversial in certain countries due to the increase of political correctness.

Helen Bannerman went on to write many similar books.