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Days and Ways of Early Man - Dorothy Davison

£9.99

Product description

First edition published in 1927, this book covers the topics of evolution and the advancement of the human race and is designed to be read by children. It contains great illustrations and, seemingly rarely for this book, contains the original dust cover in an excellent condition, with some very minor tattiness at the top. The pages are clean and clear, though one does have a small pencil mark under and beside a citation. This is an excellent book and would be a fantastic addition to the collection of anyone, but especially those interested in natural sciences. "This well-illustrated little book reveals to children something of the fascination which lies in the story of the evolution of man, making the struggles and achievements of our earliest ancestors vivid and real."

Item details

Author(s):
Dorothy Davison
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
121
Publisher:
Methuen & Co
Title:
Days and Ways of Early Man

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First edition published in 1927, this book covers the topics of evolution and the advancement of the human race and is designed to be read by children. It contains great illustrations and, seemingly rarely for this book, contains the original dust cover in an excellent condition, with some very minor tattiness at the top. The pages are clean and clear, though one does have a small pencil mark under and beside a citation. This is an excellent book and would be a fantastic addition to the collection of anyone, but especially those interested in natural sciences. "This well-illustrated little book reveals to children something of the fascination which lies in the story of the evolution of man, making the struggles and achievements of our earliest ancestors vivid and real."

Author(s):
Dorothy Davison
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
121
Publisher:
Methuen & Co
Title:
Days and Ways of Early Man

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