WAYSIDE AND WOODLAND SERIES
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Edited and with introductory chapters upon the general habits and characteristics of birds by Enid Blyton. Red cloth. Small format. Colour illustrations. 352 pages includes index. Top edge red. Spine slightly faded but overall boards appear clean. Pictorial dustwrapper design by Clifford Webb. Dustwrapper is browned to spine and scuffed to sides.
THE CATERPILLARS OF THE BRITISH BUTTERFLIES INCLUDING THE EGGS, CHRYSALIDS AND FOOD-PLANTS
Written by W.J. Stokoe.
Stock no. 1818329
Published by Frederick Warne & Co Ltd.. 1961. Very good condition.
Wayside and Woodland Series. Blue cloth, gilt titles. Colour & b/w illustrations. 248 pages including index. Boards a little grubby. Name & date in ink to front pastedown. Foxing to endpapers.
THE SPIDERS AND ALLIED ORDERS OF THE BRITISH ISLES
Written by Theodore H. Savory. Illustrated by Florence M. Brummitt.
Stock no. 2110344
Published by Frederick Warne & Co Ltd.. 1935. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Descriptions of every family of British spiders, every species of harvestman and false scorpion, also the more familiar of the British mites. Wayside and Woodland Series. Brown imitation leather with gilt and black titles. 63 figures in colour, 130 illustrations and 61 diagrams. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Partially erased name to front endpaper. Some page browning. Wrapper is price-cut with damp stain to spine and browning; chips to edges and corners.
Green cloth with gilt and black titles. Gilt vignette of fox head to front board. Colour and b/w plates. The Wayside and Woodland Series. Some wear to cover edges and corners. Name in ink to front endpaper. Some foxing. Wrapper has large tear to spine (almost torn in half); browned to spine; small pieces of loss to top of spine.