Wild Animals I Have Known
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Date:1966 - Lancer Books
By: Ernest Seton-Thompson
Ernest Seton-Thompson, who combines the accuracy of a scientist with the imagination of a poet, takes us into the curious world of his friends - the animals. Wild Animals I Have Known is one of the first books to reveal that animals, like humans, have complicated feelings and definite needs. And therefore rights, which we must recognize NOW to preserve American wildlife. Ernest Seton-Thompson studied art in Paris, but his primary interest was nature, and he spent his entire life in the outdoors learning Indian ways and being close to the wildlife he loved. He was Chief Scout for the Boy Scouts of America and wrote the first Scout Manual. "Sets a new mark in natural history studies . . . " - Buffalo Express