National Geographic : 1973 Nov
Please send me the new children's series: HONEYBEES, PANDAS, NAMU, and HOW ANIMALS HIDE. Bill me $6.95 plus postage and handling at time of shipment. If not completely satisfied, I may return the four-book set without payment. 145 NAME (Please print) ADDRESS CITY, STATE, ZIP These books are available only from the National Geographic Society. 997 Give these new adventures in learning to the youngsters in your life Each of these volumes is produced to the high standards you expect of National Geographic. Appealingly written, expertly researched, durably bound, and printed on heavy paper, these books, of 32 pages or more, are designed to be enjoyed through years of frequent handling. You and your family are invited to examine the 83/4-x-11V4 -inch books at no cost or obligation. Simply print your name and address in the space above, detach, fold, and mail your postpaid order today. 727B Order your four-book set today! USE THE CONVENIENT COUPON ORDER FORM TO TALK WITH EACH OTHER, honeybees dance. They sip nectar with a hollow tongue and store it in a honey stomach. Now, in a remark able collection of color photographs, youngsters can actually see the way honey bees live. They can watch the queen bee, observe the hatching of bee eggs, and see the building of honeycomb. COUSINS TO THE RACCOON or brethren of the bear? Scien tists still ponder the question. But no matter what their family background, the cuddly giant pandas Hsing-Hsing and Ling-Ling-China's gift to the United States-will charm any youngster. The Western Hemisphere's only giant pandas, these dexterous clowns are full of scientific surprises. A STRANGE FRIENDSHIP once grew between a man and a killer whale. The whale weighing nearly as much as a school bus-accidentally got entangled in a British Columbia salmon net, and found himself with the name Namu in a marine aquarium. His owner, Ted Griffin, learned to hand-feed Namu and to ride on his back. NATURE'S OWN PUZZLES illustrate this book about the protective coloring of plover eggs and tree frogs, seals, owls, butterflies, and many more creatures. Brilliant photographs provide hours of fascination for young readers. There's even a diagram to show where pictured animals are hiding.