HATCH AND GROW by Ivah & George A. Smith Green
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HATCH AND GROW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The developmental processes in the life-cycles of all major varieties of insects are covered in a clear, concise text and an abundance of excellent close-up black-and-white photographs. The Insects from the Life series has the advantage of color plates (a big advantage in the case of the Monarch butterfly) but the depth of the integrated visual presentation in Hatch and Grow makes it second to none generally. One chapter is devoted to the techniques of insect photography and it is, unfortunately, too brief since the book is a major stimulant to such interest.

Pub Date: Jan. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Abelard-Schuman