National Geographic : 1919 Dec
GEOGRAPHIC BOOKS HOLIDAY GIFTS OF EDUCATIONAL WORTH "SCENES FROM EVERY LAND" (FOURTH SERIES) EVERY ith 200 Full-page Illustrations, 24 Pages in 4 Colors, 20,000 Words of Descriptive Text By GILBERT GROSVENOR, Editor National Geographic Magazine Curious people, picturesque landscapes, scenes of rare romantic charm and of fascinating historic association, the wonders and the glories of ocean, desert, volcano, waterfall, and mountain, camera reflections of the world's industrial progress-all are presented in this volume which appeals with equal power to old and young, for its language is the universal language of beautiful pictures. It provides a never-to-be-forgotten lesson in world geography. Bound in Cloth, $2.00 Postpaid in U. S . A. THE BOOK OF BIRDS Two HundredPages, Illuminated with 250 Matchless Subjects in Full Colors, 45 Illustrationsin Black and White, and 13 Striking Charts and Maps The three principal divisions of this beautiful book are the contribution of the gifted ornithologist and facile author, Henry W. Henshaw, formerly Chief of the United States Biological Survey: "Common Birds of Town and Country," "The Warblers," and "American Game Birds." Other chapters are entitled "Encouraging Birds Around the Home," and "Our Greatest Travelers: Birds that Fly from Pole to Pole." George Shiras, 3d, noted traveler and naturalist, describes photographing wild birds by flashlight. The Book of Birds inculcates in boys and girls an imperishable love for Nature's winged children. A Christmas gift of per manent value. Bound in Royal Buckram (stiff covers), or Field Khaki (flexible covers), $3.00 . Postpaid in U. S. A. WILD ANIMALS OF NORTH AMERICA Illustratedw ith 127 Portraitsin Full Color, Track Sketches, andNumerous Photographs There is no man better fitted to offer intimate studies of the big and little citizens of the mammal kingdom than Edward W. Nelson, Chief of the U. S. Biological Survey, who prepared the text of this book. For forty years he has been the friend of wild animals, living among them and study ing their habits and traits. The late Theodore Roosevelt in reviewing the book said, "It is of interest to every intelligent out-of-doors man or woman. It is a delight to the lover of life in the open." Bound in Royal Buckram (stiff covers), or Field Khaki (flexible covers), $3.00 . Postpaid in U. S. A BRILLIANT COLOR ---- STIMULATING AND AUTHORITATIVE ENTERTAINING --------------------- -- CUT ON THIS LINE --------------------------------------- Dept. H, National Geographic Society Please send _-_._ _____ copies of WILD ANIMALS, Bound in Buckram or Khaki .__ - copies of THE BOOK OF BIRDS, Bound in Buckram or Khaki ...... copies of SCENES FROM EVERY LAND, Bound in Buckram NAME .. .. ....... _____... ______ . . Obtainable only from the Society's Headquarters STREET ADDRESS To Insure Holiday Delivery. Order These Volumes at Once CITY AND STATE....