An Introduction to Nature-study by E. Stenhouse

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Author Stenhouse, E. (Ernest)
Title An Introduction to Nature-study
Contents Seeds and their early stages of growth -- How a green plant feeds -- The forms and duties of leaves -- Buds; the history of a twig -- How stems do their work -- Some common flowers -- Grasses -- Common forest trees -- Fruits: how seeds are scattered -- Ferns and horsetails -- Mosses, mushrooms, and moulds -- The rabbit: a typical mammal -- How a rabbit lives -- Some other mammals -- The pigeon: a typical bird -- The development and education of the chick -- Some familiar British birds -- Frogs and tadpoles -- The habits and life-histories of common insects -- Some crustaceans, molluscs, and worms -- Field-work; the school journey, monthly nature calendar.
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Language English
LoC Class QH: Science: Natural history
Subject Nature study
Subject Natural history -- Study and teaching
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EBook-No. 61273
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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