THE CONTINENT WE LIVE ON by Ivan T. Sanderson

THE CONTINENT WE LIVE ON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a stunning book whose educational value is well worth the monetary investment. Its purpose is to illuminate the environment and organisms of this continent to the of man and man made works. Over and above the excellence of the texts, the and the amplitude (140,000 words)- there is the visual excitement of the photographs (, 109 in color), which are the work of a great many outstanding professionals. From the South, through the states by sections, West, and down to Mexico, gives an overall view of the topographical, geological and physical features in their infinite variety.

Pub Date: Oct. 30th, 1961
Publisher: Random House