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It's In the Wind

By: Hornstein, R. A.

Price: $14.50

Publisher: Toronto, Meteorological Division, Department ot Transport: 1965

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 17270

Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket


Library stamps inside front and back boards and on title page. Light edge wear to red cloth boards. ; A tight solid book. The book is a softcover bound into red pebbled library binding, with white printing on spine. ; Ex-Library; B&W Illustrations; 49 pages; This is a series of simplistic descriptions of various weather phenomena. View more info

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The Place in the Forest

By: Lawrence, R. D.

Price: $19.95

Publisher: London, Michael Joseph Ltd.: 1967

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 19221

Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket


DJ and boards show light shelf wear. Price-clipped.; A tight solid book. Dust jacket in Mylar jacket protector. ; B&W Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 224 pages; "A number of years ago, R.D. Lawrence acquired a patch of Ontario wilderness, soon known as "The Place." Here Lawrence and his wife built a cabin and became immersed in studying the ways of the wild. "The Place" was home to a variety of wildlife, from black bears, wolves, beavers and raccoons through to hawks, snapping turtles and singing mice. Lawrence's desire to learn, fuelled by his keen observation, le... View more info

Fogswamp - Living With Swans in the Wilderness

By: Turner, Trudy; Ruth McVeigh

Price: $14.50

Publisher: Saanichton, BC, Hancock House: 1978

Edition: First Edition; Second Printing

Seller ID: 13718

ISBN: 0919654630

Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket


DJ has light wear, some yellowing of pages, previous owner's name & stamp on FFEP.; DJ in Mylar. A tight solid book. ; 255 pages; Trudy, daughter of Ralph Edwards, continues the Lonesome Lake story. She, her husband and daughter carried on the work with the trumpeter swans that Ralph had begun. The book tells of their life on the isolated farm they built for themselves in the Chilcotin wilderness. Trudy's father is Ralph Edwards, a pioneer settler, who came to public attention in the early 20's when he spotlighted the plight of the Trumpeter Swans which were then in danger of extinction. He w... View more info