The Second Great War No. 58

f/ouit F R E £.au a prop val fa ?days THE STORY OF iesil LIVING THINGS THE STORY O F LIVING THINGS AND THEIR VOLE U T ION AND THEIR EVOLUTION An Entirely New and Original Work By EILEEN MAYO Foreword by Prof. JULIAN HUXLEY, F.R.S. Nearly 1,000 Superb J Illustrations in FULL C O LOU REvery page of this volume ^is illustrated in beautiful, S life-like colour. These charm-\ing and unusual illustrations, specially prepared for the work regardless of expense, at once attract our attention and capture our fancy. They arc not merely decorative, but scientifically accurate. Here nature is seen in all her rich variety of form and colour. Strange or beautiful creatures that live in the depths of the sea, in streams and rivers, in the jungle, in the hedgerows, woods and meadows of our country­side prehistoric animals: plant life of every descrip­tion, all are faithfully por- j trayed by the artist. 'T'HIS magnificent new work is the most attractively written and superbly illustrated hook on its vast and important subject ever published. In the hands of the gifted author-artist evolutionary biology is presented, not in the dry-as-dust style of the usual scientific text-book, but in a vivid. “live ”and fascinating manner, easy for all to read and understand. It is something unique in the world of books— something never before attempted. The charming illustrations with which the book abounds and the authoritative and delightfully interesting text combine to give an excellent popular presentation of the subject. In his foreword to the volume Prof. Huxley, whose name is world-famous in biology and^ /oology, says: “This book can be commended as pro­viding the layman with a picture of .life's un­folding and of the rich .variety it has produced more vivid than most professional biologists could achieve.” To everyman, woman and child alive to the wonder and beauty of nature and seeking to know more of the myriads of existences, different from our own, by which we are surrounded, this volume will prove as en­trancing as it is instructive. It is the nature book superb. An Ideal Christmas Gift The above photographs, greatly rcduced in size, will give you some idea of the beauty of THE STORY OF LIVING THING S.It is inbound an attractive shade of blue Hoxine decorated with real English gold lettering and design. The open volume shows two of the 320 pages everyone printed in colour. An Opportunity You Should Not Miss! Just sign and post the format right, and on acceptance we will send you the volume, carriage paid, to examine for one week free. You may either return it to us within 8 days to end the matter, or you may keep it on the easy terms outlined. NOTE: If you do not wish to cut this coupon ,send a postcard (mentioning "Second Great W ar”No. 58) to theW a verley Book C o .,who will be pleased to send a printed application inform its place- POST THIS AT ONCE (or SEND POSTCARD—see note at foot) FREE EXAMINATION FORM To theW AVERLEY BOOK CO LIMITED. 96 and 07. Farringdon Street, LONDON, .E.C.4. Please me,>•nd carriage paid ,for seven day s’F U E E examination, T11K STO ItV O P I.lV IX iS THING S.e o m p le te in one v o lu me. It is u n d er­ stood that I may return the work on the eighth day after 1 it. and that, there the matte rends. If I keep the v o lu me, I will send you on the eighth day a First Payment o f 6 and ,beginning thirty day:, after ,six further eon sec u liv o monthly payments of 6 ,-ea eli, thus comp tingle tile purchase price. CA.SU PRICE WITHIN 8 DAYS. JE2. Same AddrcDi Occupation State it Househntdcr Parent's Stiimiturr. required //under 2 1 DateS .W.U .58 PLEASE TILL IN ALL PARTICULARS ASKED Printed in England and published on the 15th of rach month b they Proprietors, Tun A glam a mated Press ,Ltd .,Tin Fleetw ay House, Parringdon Street, London, E.C .j. Sole Agents for Australia and New Zealand :.Messrs. Gordon& Gotch, Ltd. :and for South Africa ¦Central New$ Agency. Ltd. Registered for transmission by Canadian Magazine Post. S.V.
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