oologist and high school professor Per Hafslund is also an accomplished photographer of nature's creatures. Here he tells...

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LITTLE WONDERS OF NATURE

oologist and high school professor Per Hafslund is also an accomplished photographer of nature's creatures. Here he tells the story of several with pictures that speak emphatically for themselves. While the reproductions are not particularly ood the shots themselves are. On view are hedgehogs (who can curl up at two weeks) n hand, bats hanging from the branch with teeth bared, frogs in the act of mating, rabs and dragonflies, foxes, a crow in the process of snatching a thrush chick, a rivet moth being born, the blue titmouse, bank vole and viper...The text is pert; the whole is attractive, although handicapped by the inexpensive production.

Pub Date: July 14, 1964

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Lyle Stuart

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1964