THE BOOK OF INSECT ODDITIES by Raymond Ditmars
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THE BOOK OF INSECT ODDITIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a better book than The Book of Living Reptiles in that there seems greater clarity in both text and pictorial maps, and less effort to include too much for youngsters to grasp. The first section introduces the types and forms the basis for the succeeding chapters on insects indigenous to different parts of the world. This is a good companion volume to such a book as Insect People (King and Pessels).

Pub Date: July 28th, 1938
Publisher: Lippincott