The Book of A Naturalist by W. H. Hudson

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Undated. C. 1920. This is a delightful collection of quirky, yet learned, articles on animals and nature, that were written for the pages of Country Life, The Times and The New Statesman amongst others. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Home Farm Books are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. Contents Include Life In A Pine Wood, Hints To Adder-Seekers, Bats, Beauty Of The Fox, A Sentimentalist On Foxes, The Discontented Squirrel, My Neighbour' Bird Stories, The Toad As Traveller, The Heron, A Feathered Notable, The Mole Question, Cristiano: A Horse, Mary's Little Lamb, The Serpent's Tongue, The Serpent's Strangeness, The Bruised Serpent, The Serpent In Literature, Wasps, Beautiful Hawk-Moths, The Strenuous Mole, A Friendly Rat, The Little Red Dog, Dogs In London, The Great Dog, Superstition My Friend, The Pig, The Potato At Home And In England, John, Go To Bed At Noon, The Chequered Daffodil, Concerning Lawns With Incidental Observations On Earthworms. 


 Hodder & Stoughton

Date published

 c. 1920




 Used, good. No DJ. Very worn and bumped cloth boards. Discolouration to prelims. Historic prices written in pencil on ffep. Discolouration to deckle edges. Foxing to title page. Wear to top edge. Binding good.