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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Wildlife : Volume 1

London: Orbis, 1988. No Inscriptions, a little bumping to corners. 60pp. The series starts with some of the mammals.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$5.39

Birds : An RSPB Guide

By Hodgson, Michael

London: Puffin Books, 1992. Small felt pen markings to inner rear cover. 31pp. This is an introduction for young children to twenty-five of the most common birds they see around them. With an introduction by Bill Oddie.. Soft Cover. Good.

$5.39

The Sainsbury's Book of Wildlife

By Burr, Simon

London: Walker Books, 1989. A little creasing and edge-wear, there look to be a small splodge of paint to the edge. 31pp. This is the perfect introduction to wildlife. Children will love identifying the many animals and plants which appear in this beautifully illustrated book.. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$8.09

100 Dinosaurs from A to Z

By Wilson, Ron

New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1986. No Inscriptions, some bumping. 62pp. The best guide ever to the fascinating world of dinosaurs.. Hard Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Fitzsimmons, Cecilia.

$13.49

Birds of Britain and Northern Europe

By Fitzsimmons, Cecilia

London: Walker Books, 1994. No Inscriptions, some creasing and edge-wear. 31pp. Published exclusively for Sainsbury's. This authoritative introduction to the birds of Britain and northern Europe includes an array of species from different habitats, with superbly accurate identification illustrations drawn to scale.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$8.09

Origins

By Leakey, Richard E.; Lewin, Roger

London: Macdonald and Jane's, 1979. No Inscriptions, reading creases, some edge-wear. 264pp. What new discoveries reveal about the emergence of our species and its possible future.. First Thus. Soft Cover. Good.

$10.11

General Biology

By Croal, A. G.; Louden, A. H.; Smith, L. A.; Wismer, K. L.

Vancouver: Copp Clark Publishing Co. Limited, 1955. Second Edition. Green boards, lean to spine, bumped and worn, cloth torn and nicked at head and foot of spine, stamps to fep and rep, loose hinges. 620pp. . Hard Cover. Fair.

$13.49

In the Deserts of This Earth

By George, Uwe

London: Hamish Hamilton, 1978. No Inscriptions, brown boards, black spine, some bumping and shelf-wear. Translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston. 309pp. . First Thus. Hard Cover. Good.

$11.46

Violent Earth, The

By Lane, Frank W.

London: Croom Helm, 1986. A little shelf-wear. Dustwrapper not price-clipped, worn to head of spine. 224pp. 100 spectacular photographs, mostly in colour, complement the detailed text.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good.

$13.49

Usborne Book of Ocean Facts, The

By Ganeri, Anita

London: Usborne Publishing Ltd, 1990. No Inscriptions, a little edge-wear. 48pp. Containing hundreds of amazing facts about the oceans.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Gibson, Tony; Bowring, Isabel.

$6.74

The Living Planet

By Attenborough, David

London: Readers Digest, 1985. No Inscriptions, some bumping. Dustwrapper price-clipped, edge-worn, small tears and nicks, laminate peeling from upper edge. 368pp. Readers Digest augmented and enlarged edition. This is a heavy book.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good.

$26.97

Vanishing Habitats

By Simon, Noel

London: Franklin Watts, 1987. Laminated pictorial boards, usual library marks and stamps, ffep missing, bumped and shelf-worn, librray sale price written to title page. 32pp. The Survival series presents a new and dynamic approach to Natural History.. Hard Cover. Fair. Ex-Library.

$5.39

Trials of Life, The

By Attenborough, David

London: Collins / BBC Books, 1990. No Inscriptions, a little bumping and shelf-wear. Dustwrapper not price-clipped, a little wear and creasing to edge. 320pp. A natural history of animal behaviour.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$16.86

Doomsday : The Science of Catastrophe

By Warshofsky, Fred

London: Abacus, 1977. No Inscriptions, some edge-wear, heavy foxing. 273pp. In this fascinating book, the author examines catastrophe as a creative force in astronomy, physics, geology, chemistry, biology and the unpredictable world of nature.. Mass Market Paperback. Fair.

$1.35

Polar Worlds

By Perry, Richard

Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1973. First Impression, some shelf-wear. Dustwrapper not price-clipped, a little creasing and wear. 316pp. Comparing the physical environments of the Arctic and the Antarctic, and the links between the two.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/Good. Illus. by Gahan, Nancy Lou.

$8.09

Hedges

By Leigh-Pemberton, Leigh

Loughborough: Ladybird Books, 1979. Some bumping and shelf-wear, worn corners. 51pp. Here in Britain, hedges are a permanent feature of our landscape. Every hedge is a little world in itself, providing most of the necessities of life for the birds, plants and animals that live within its protection.. Hard Cover. Good.

$2.70

Fishes of the World : An Illustrated Dictionary

By Wheeler, Alwyne

London: Ferndale Editions, 1979. Some bumping and shelf-wear. Dustwrapper has some wear and creasing to edge, small tears, chips to corners. 366pp. Illustrating all the known orders of fish in more than 500 colour photographs and 700 line drawings. This is a heavy book,. Hard Cover. Good/Fair. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

$33.71

Prehistoric Animals

By Owen, Ellis

London: Octopus Books, 1975. No Inscriptions, bumped and shelf-worn. Dustwrapper price-clipped, worn and creased, with seceral tears and chips. 96pp. The Extraordinary Story of Life Before Man. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair/Poor. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

$8.09

Exploring the Seashore

By Jackman, Leslie

London: Evans Brothers Limited, 1970. First Impression. Laminated pictorial boards, a little shelf-wear, some stainging to lower edge. 48pp. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good.

$8.77

Living Monsters

By Gamlin, Linda

London: Albany Books, 1978. No Inscriptions, some bumping and wear to corners. Dustwrapper a little edge-worn, tears to corners. 61pp. A Debenhams book. Among the more exotic species in the animal world are a number which fully merit the description 'living monster'. They are so extraordinary or bizarre in appearance and behaviour that they make a lasting impression on all who come into contact with them - often out of all proportion to their numbers and distribution.. Hard Cover. Good/Fair. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

$8.09

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