The illustrations are the only attraction here; otherwise it is a sparse treatment from both the literary and scientific...

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The illustrations are the only attraction here; otherwise it is a sparse treatment from both the literary and scientific viewpoint. Relatively numerous dry facts are jammed into fifty brief pages of text, and not all of these would go unchallenged: ""The behavior of a dog is controlled simply by animal instinct..."" Weart's The Story of Your Brain and Nerves is potentially more useful; this aims too low to carry such a load.

Pub Date: Sept. 1, 1967

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Publisher: Watts

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1967