National Geographic : 1958 Nov
BEAUTIFUL BOOKS FROM NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC foro Give the priceless gift of knowledge this year! Your friends and your family will treasure books from the varied library of the National Geo graphic Society. And . . . have you read these luxuriously illustrated volumes? THE BOOK OF DOGS Twelve lively chapters and 127 illustrated breed biographies make this book a prized edition on any library shelf. You'll find a chapter on choosing, caring for and training your dog, too! Richly illustrated; 432 pages. THE WORLD IN YOUR GARDEN Prosaic plants have followed strange trails on their way to your garden. Read this 232-page volume, and see them in an exciting new light. The delightful art of flower arranging is covered, too. Color-illustrated. INDIANS OF THE AMERICAS The color and ex- ". citement of aboriginal America surpass fiction! Here are America's pre-Columbus cultures in true perspective . . . from jungle to arctic. This 432 page book is magnificently color-illustrated. EVERYDAY LIFE IN ANCIENT TIMES Thrill to the sounds and sights of four great civilizations . Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. These 356 pages of color illustrations and vivid text bring antiquity to life in your living room. THE BOOK OF FISHES The eerie underwater realm... from microscopic plankton to huge devil fish ... is explored in this engrossing book. Its 340 pages identify 236 species of game and food fishes. The 159 full-color pages include 116 paintings. Mail coupon & remittance to: ---------------- NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Department 811 Washington 6, D. C. Number copies I THE BOOK OF DOGS POSTPAID $9.85 STHE WORLD IN YOUR GARDEN POSTPAID $6.50 INDIANS OF THE AMERICAS POSTPAID $7.50 D EVERYDAY LIFE IN ANCIENT TIMES POSTPAID $6.00 STHE BOOK OF FISHES POSTPAID $7.00 Total rem NAME STREET CITY, ZONE STATE ittance enclosed $. .