MICE, MEN AND ELEPHANTS by Herbert S. Zim

MICE, MEN AND ELEPHANTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A book about the mammals, told in natural, easy manner, by one of the successful teachers in the field of progressive education (Lincoln-Fieldston). This book is designed to clarify many of the points raised by students. The traits of mammals are analyzed succinctly, -- hair, bones, temperature control, heart, coordination, brain, mating and care of the young. Background on our anthropological ancestors, and classifications of the mammalian order.

Publisher: Harcourt, Brace