There are 47 books in this catalogue.
Safari. A Photicular Book
Book Number: 65522
Workman Publishing, New York 2012. Square 8vo. hardcover. Fine. Imagine a field guide to all the animals you'd encounter on an African safari, but instead of looking at a photograph of them in the book you're reading, you're actually seeing a small film clip on the page of the animal in motion. It's a "PhoticularTM Book" - a lenticular-based technology that transfers fluid 4-color movies onto a book page.
Australian Spiders In Colour.
Book Number: 64967
Sydney.: Reed. 1970 Square 8vo. laminated boards, hardcover. 112pp. Full color illustrations of a complete range of Australian spiders. The high quality photos are taken by the author (198 full color plates). Detailed info about each of the species, glossary and diagrams. Very good.
Mammalia : Popularly Described by Typical Species, with Numerous Anecdotes
Book Number: 64928
Frederick Warne and Co., London. 1870 8vo. hardcover. Leather bound with gilt dec. raised bands, marbled edges & endpapers. 606pp. Very good, light foxing, mainly to endpapers & prelims, presentation bookplate on front pastedown dated 1880..
The Friends of Burramys
Book Number: 64222
Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1981. 8vo. softcover. 88pp. b/w illus. Good, cover foxed, small stain on outer page block top corner.
Australian Marsupials and Monotremes.
Book Number: 64173
Doubleday, New York, 1975. Folio. hardcover in card slipcase. 142pp. Full page colour plates. Very good+, foxing to outer edge of page block. Very good slipcase.
Australia's Animals - Who Discovered Them?
Book Number: 64156
The Macleay Museum, The University of Sydney 1978 Oblong 8vo. Illustrated wraps. First Edition. First Prinitng limited to 1000 copies. B&w illustrations. Animals listed alphabetically, apendix. Very good, small scuff on front cover. Tip of rear cover bottom corner creased.
Fleagle, J. G.; Janson, Charles; Reed, Kaye. (editors)
Book Number: 62821
Cambridge University Press, 1999 Large 8vo. softcover. 329pp. index, b/w ilus. Very good, small crease on top corner of last few pages.
POYKE THE PARRAKEET featured in the cartoon Mostley Malarky
Carlson, Wally photography by Hardy Wieting
Book Number: 3680
All-Pet Books Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 1954 8vo in yellow wraps, with text in blue and green on front wrap and wraparound illustration of a budgie and an amphibian, plus the characters from the 'Mostly Malarky' cartoon on front. VG-. worn along hinges, wraps are bright.. Copy is VG+. photographs of a budgie in different situations, along with witty captions illuminating the budgies thoughts. 58 pp.
The Boy And The Shark.
BROWN, THEO W.
Book Number: 3419
Sydney: Ataruka Publishing, 1979. blue cloth in very good d/w. A factual story of a boy's strange adventures with a huge shark in the South Pacific, and also of the group of dedicated youngsters who laboured without reward in the Great Barrier Reef, New Guinea, Fiji and French Polynesia to assist our understanding and knowledge of the ocean and its inhabitants. Profusely illustrated with the author's own photographs.
Wang, Ya-ni (Yani)
Book Number: 5515
Foreign Languages Press, Beijing, Trade Paperback. Near Fine. 1st ed.
Book Number: 1914
Weldons Pty Limited 1985 4to. Red cloth. 263pp. Colour photographs throughout. Foreword by Gerald Durrell. Full of excellent photo's showing a personality to the animals. Index. very good, owner's inscription on fep.
Prehistoric Animals : the Extraordinary Story of Life before Man
Book Number: 4628
1975. London. Octopus 4to. hardcover. Very Good/Good d/w with small piece missing at top of spine. Full of full-color photographs of what the Dinosaurs supposedly looked like. Archaeology Illustrated end pages.
Saving the Tiger
Book Number: 5693
New York, NY Viking 1981. 4to. hardcover. 120pp. index. colour & b/w photos throughout. very good. / very good d/w. with tiny tear top of spine.
Twilight of the Giants
Book Number: 23582
Sable Publishers, Ltd. South Africa 1978 4to. hardcover. 208pp. colour & b/w illus. good+, bottom page edges and fep a little wavy from moisture. / good d/w.
The Great Apes
Book Number: 23630
New York, Putnam's. 1979. 4to. hardcover. 192pp. index, colour & b/w illus. very good+. / very good+ d/w.
Living amphibians of the world.
Cochran, Doris M.
Book Number: 23632
New York, Doubleday, 1972 4to. hardcover. 199pp. index, colour & b/w illus. very good. / very good d/w.
READER'S DIGEST COMPLETE BOOK OF AUSTRALIAN BIRDS
Book Number: 61380
Reader's Digest Services Pty. Ltd. Sydney, 19769 Large 4to. hardcover. 615pp. index, colour photos., including many full-page, distribution map for every species, a few other maps in colour & a few b/w. very good. / very good d/w.
Book Number: 2616
Elek Books 1960 first first printing, Book is very good in lightlty rubbed d/w - clipped.
My bush babies
Book Number: 35828
South Melbourne, Vic. Macmillan 1979 8vo hardcover 127pp b/w illus. good+, cover edges chipped / very good d/w. Signed by author
The Spotted Dear
Williams, J. H.
Book Number: 36590
London: Rupert Hart Davis, 1957 8vo. hardcover. 261pp. b/w illus. very good. / very good clipped d/w.
Jirrahlinga: the Story of an Australian Wildlife Refuge, it's Creator, it's Carers and it's Visitors, The Story of an Australian Wildlife Refuge, Its Creator, Its Carers and Its Inmates
Book Number: 39671
Hudson Publishing Services 2002 8vo hardcover 216pp, b/w illus. very good+ / very good+ d/w. From the mid-1970s, Tehree Gordon has worked to establish a model wildlife sanctuary at Jirrahlinga, Barwon Heads, Victoria, complete with an animal hospital. This book is also about the wildlife, birds, mammals, sea creatures and reptiles that are brought to Jirrahlinga.
A wild life : bringing up a bush menagerie
Book Number: 41046
Milsons Point, N.S.W. Bantam Books 2001 8vo softcover 340pp colour & b/w illus. very good, owner's name on fep, top corner slightly bumped.
Rats: A Year with New York's Most Unwanted Inhabitants
Book Number: 48169
Granta Books, 2005 8vo softcover 242pp Very good. Surprisingly funny and compulsively readable, Rats is an unlikely account of a year spent in a garbage-strewn alley in lower Manhattan. Robert Sullivan - intrepid journalist, curious writer, fearful urban dweller - sets off to contemplate New York City and its lesser-known byways by observing the lowly rat. He discovers a world almost nobody knows. Sullivan spends the year with a notebook and night-vision goggles, hunting for fabled ratkings, trapping a rat of his own, and trying (and failing) to conquer his own fear of rats. He meets the exterminators, garbage men, and civic activists who play their part in the centuries-old war between human city-dweller and wild city rat. He travels to a bizarre Midwestern conference on rats that brings together the leading experts on rat history, behaviour and control (did you know that one pair of rats has the potential for 15,000 descendants in a year? that rats' teeth are harder than steel?) And he reveals the many ways rats' lives mirror those of humans.
Care of Australian Wildlife
Book Number: 49393
New Holland, Frenchs Forest, 1999 8vo. softcover. 140pp. index, colour & b/w illus. Very good.