ENCHANTED STREETS by Leonard Dubkin

ENCHANTED STREETS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Natural history in Chicago, as the author, jobless, pursues his passion of outdoor observation, social commentary in relation to the worlds of those creatures that crawl, walk, fly, glide, swim -- or just grow. Here are the city's seasons, the discoveries of unimportant facts of purely personal adventure, the phenomena of the unnoticed. Generally unorthodox, personal nature observation, with humor, wry criticism, and an appeal for all ages interested in looking behind the scenes. Very nice of its kind.

Pub Date: May 19th, 1947
Publisher: Little, Brown