The Story of Forest and Stream

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    IN this little book Mr. Rodway sketches, in his best style, the life of trees in wood and forest, and indicates the lessons that it teaches. He points out the benefits derived by man and other animals from forests and streams, imparting the information in pleasing language, and presenting nature in many instructive aspects. The twenty-seven illustrations are the best that have yet appeared in any of the volumes in the Library of Useful Stories, to which series the present book belongs.

    The Story of Forest and Stream.

    By James Rodway Pp. vi + 202. (London: George Newnes Limited, 1897.)

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    The Story of Forest and Stream. Nature 55, 246 (1897) doi:10.1038/055246c0

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