Title The Story of Birds for Audubon Juniors
Binding Softcover with staples
Book Condition Good
Jacket Condition No Dust Jacket
Publisher U.S.A. National Audubon Society, 1130 Fifth Ave., New York 28, NY 1964
Illustrator Peterson, Roger Tory
Seller ID 1071
8.5" x 11". Used copy. Clean text, but the miniature color plates have all been very neatly applied in the correct positions to illustrate the text. (Book came with a sheet of miniature Color Plates of Audubon paintings for the reader to apply to the text). Complete course in beginning bird conservation and observation including: What Is A Bird, How To Get Acquainted With Birds, How Birds Get A Living, How To Attract Birds (pattern for a bird house, illustrations for feeders), Where To Find Birds, Bird Nests, Bird Language, The First Bird, Bird Migration, Bird Conservation, John James Audubon (brief bio and description of the color plates and the birds they represented). Silhouettes on inside of front and back covers. Maps and diagrams. Instructions for making a Bird Calendar on first page. Very thorough. 22 pages. Small tear in cover at base of spine, and some age spots on the front cover. Name of previous owner at top left of front cover. Very clean copy. Age-appropriate for the older child. Our book number 1071.