National Geographic : 1932 Dec
For Novice and Naturalist Young and Mature at ' ECAUSE there is something of interest and value in each of these nature books for each member of the family, they form, as a whole or separately, pleasing Christmas gifts for anyone. Children too young to enjoy the text are fascinated by the color ful pictures. Older brothers and sisters find the general articles diverting and the biographical sections of value in school work. Amateur naturalists, hobbyists, get valuable suggestions for feeding, care of animals; an easily carried guidebook for trips afield. ------------------- I National Geographic Society I Dept. J, I Washington, D. C. I Enclosed find $................ for ............ copies, FISHES ............ copies, BIRDS ............ copies, HORSES ............ copies, CATTLE ............ copies, WILD FLOWERS ............ copies, DOGS ... .. ... . copies, WILD ANIMALS Please mail prepaid to name and ad dress below: NAME ........................... I ADDRESS ..................... . .... I Book of Birds By Henry W. Henshaw; full-color portraits of 331 birds by the nat uralist-artist Louis Agassiz Fuertes; 12 bird migration maps, and bird "biographies" are contained in this 252-page volume. It offers fascinat ing reading to lovers of bird life. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.). Molloy made binding de luxe, $4. Horses of the World The development of the horse as man's companion in war, in farming, in trade, and in sport fascinatingly described by the late Major General William Harding Carter. Twenty-four full-page illustrations in color painted by Edward Herbert Miner and 72 black and white engravings with de scriptive narrative enable one to dis tinguish the many breeds; 118 pages. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.). Molloy made binding, $3. Cattle of the World For all who own or enjoy cattle, this authoritative and richly illustrated masterpiece will prove a lasting de light and a constantly used work. By Dr. Alvin Howard Sanders. Twenty full-color reproductions of wild types and modern breeds by Edward Herbert Miner; 142 pages. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.). Molloy-made binding, $3. Book of Wild Flowers Revealing intricate mysteries of plant life and containing paintings of 250 flowers and plants in exact color, it enables even a child to understand plant life and to identify leading varieties; 243 pages. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.) . Molloy-made binding de luxe, $4. The Book of Dogs A veritable "Bench Show" by lead ing authorities who discuss man kind's best friend; full color por traits by Louis Agassiz Fuertes and Hashime Murayama and biographies of 102 dogs; 109 pages. Molloy made art binding, $3. Book of Fishes All types of fishermen find lasting de light and accurate information in this wonder book by John Oliver La Gorce and other authorities. Illustrated with full-color portraits of 92 fishes in action and 134 engravings, its 243 pages are full of interest for all who fish in brook, lake, or sea. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.) . Molloy-made binding de luxe, $4. Wild Animals of North America By Edward W. Nelson, former chief of United States Biological Survey. Four-footed animals of field, forest. and park are illustrated with 109 full-color portraits by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. Also track sketches; 254 pages. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.) . Molloy-made binding de luxe, $4.