National Geographic : 1921 Dec
The end of Tour .:. Holiday Hunt Choice gifts for young and old, these de luxe books end your search for "something beautiful, inexpensive and at the same time of lasting interest and benefit." Each book is an attractively bound volume, Royal Octavo (Io x 7 inches) in size. The Book of Birds The Who's Who'of the Winged World, this exquisite book, with its 250 natural color paintings of birds by Louis Agassiz Fuertes, makes a most de lightful holiday gift for young and old. The principal sec tions are by the gifted ornithologist, Henry W. Henshaw, who in his chapters on "Birds of Town and Country," "Game Birds" and "Warblers" admits one to the wonders of bird life. Other pages tell how to attract and photograph birds and keep them from starving in winter. (200 pages; attraa ively bound in Buckram, $3, postpaid in the U. S.) Wild Animals of Aorth cAmerica Do your friends-adults or Theodore Roosevelt, they will plate and text within easy reach. Its 127 color plates by Louis Agassiz Fuertes, 86 remarkable photographic studies and many drawings of tracks enable even a child to identify tiny animals seen in dooryard or park, or hunter to classify big game. children-love outdoor life? Then, as did keep this veritable zoological garden in color The text is by Edward W. Nelson, Chief of the U. S. SBiological Survey, who, with / the art of the gifted nar rator, gives the results ot forty years' contact with American fauna. (240 pages; Brown Buckram, $3, postpaid in the U. S.) Washington-the Nation's Capital An exquisite richly colored souvenir of the city of the Armament Con ference. (Io6 pages; Cream Cloth, $2, postpaid in the U. S.) Flags of the World- 1 ,20 0 flags in full color and fine descriptive text make this invaluable, on land or afloat, to all who sail the seas. (z42 pages; Brown Buckram or Khaki, $2, postpaid in the U. S.) .A l IOA'O . "W LCnr" wnni A~ JAMF..Y : lRY 'k:'